Dubai-based Emirates has entered into a codeshare with and SNCF, France’s national railway company, enabling Emirates passengers from around the world to travel to 19 new destinations in France.
With just one easy-to-book ticket,
Trains are likely to become more like long-haul planes, with customised carriages and tablets embedded into hi-tech seats, as Western manufacturers fight back against cheaper Chinese rivals and Europe's railways open up to greater competitio
Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) plans to launch four new passenger trains between Riyadh and Dammam that will run at a speed of 180 kmph, a report said.
The first of the four trains will be introduced in November this year and t
Millions of Londoners were hit by travel chaos on Wednesday as underground rail workers launched the first of a series of crippling strikes that have been branded "shameful" by Prime Minister David Cameron.
As tempers fr
Saudi Arabia plans to spend about 3 billion riyals ($800 million) acquiring land in Riyadh to build the capital's first metro rail system, the official in charge of the project told Reuters.
"This is already budgeted and
The Saudi Arabian government has awarded $22.5 billion in contracts to three foreign-led consortia for the design and construction of the first metro rail system in the capital Riyadh.
The project, which will involve six rail line
Qatargas, the world's largest LNG supplier, plans to shut all three liquefied natural gas (LNG) producing units at its Qatargas-1 plant for three weeks of work starting in the third week of April, its chief executive told Reuters.
Saudi Arabia has approved a $25 billion railway project, which will link Bahrain and the other GCC countries through a 2,117km network, a report said.
The project, in which trains will run at speeds of up to 350km/hr, is set to boost regio
All seven Qatargas liquefied natural gas (LNG) production trains have reached 100 percent production capacity, the company said in a statement.
Qatargas, one of two state-owned LNG producers, is currently running at full production capacit
Heavy snow and frigid temperatures caused further disruption across northern Europe on Monday - stranding travellers, snarling traffic and shutting schools.
More than 1,000 flights at Germany's main airports in Frankfurt, Munich and Be