Authorities in countries affected by Ebola should check people departing at international airports, seaports and major border crossings and stop any with signs of the virus from travelling, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday.
Bahrain International Airport reported more than 4.5 million passengers between January and July this year, a six per cent increase on the same period last year, according to latest figures.
Acting under-secretary of civil aviatio
Travellers from emerging markets, such as the UAE, Brazil and China, are driving demand for personalised experiences which resonate with the local culture but are delivered by trusted global brands, says InterContinental Hotels Group's lates
More than 50 per cent of UAE travellers will spend more on family holidays in the next 12 months, said a recent survey conducted by Global payments’ technology company Visa.
The company will deliver a snapshot of the finding
Hertz, one of the leading car rental companies, is gearing up to offer a unique car rental experience to all Middle Eastern travellers visiting popular US and European destinations this year.
These travellers will have plenty of c
New Indian rules to be implemented from next month will require all passengers flying into the country to self-declare currency exceeding Rs10,000, gold jewellery and gold bullion in their possession, a report said.
British Airways has launched special fares to UK, Europe, US and Canada for travellers from the UAE.
The offer was launched following the announcement of its top places to be seen in 2014, giving travellers the opportunity to expe
Measures to facilitate the accessibility of destinations such as Jordan and the Mena region for special needs travellers were discussed at a key forum recently.
The inaugural Mena-Enat (Euro-Arab) Forum- Expo was held at Doubletre
European business travellers have become mobile ‘just in time’ workers, with 93 per cent completing preparation for meetings during their journey, said a research.
The research published by HP surveyed regular business