Saudi Arabia's Al Tayyar Travel Group posted a 28.4 percent rise in first-quarter net profit as sales increased and it sold property and equipment.
Al Tayyar made a profit of 280 million riyals ($74.7 million) in the three mon
Bahrain must remain ever vigilant in the ongoing fight to keep its borders secure and air travel safe.
That was the message at the opening of the second Joint Conference on Enhancing Air Cargo Security and Faci
A father of three who has been detained in an immigration jail for almost six months says he is losing hope of ever returning home to his family.
The 34-year-old says he is desperate to go back to the Philippin
A single mother says she has been unable to send her 11-year-old son to school for two years because of a travel ban in Bahrain.
Jamie Laforme, 35, originally from London lost her job in 2009 and now owes aroun
Interpol could be brought in to investigate the case of a Sri Lankan man, who fled the country after allegedly conning people in Bahrain out of thousands of dinars.
It is claimed the 28-year-old, who cannot be
The Dubai Convention and Events Bureau (DCEB) is set to showcase the emirate’s premier incentive offer at the annual Gulf Incentives, Business Travel & Meetings Expo (GIBTM) which opens in Abu Dhabi today (March 24).
Bahrain's travel and tourism industry is poised to grow 7.6 per cent this year, thus contributing BD1.23 billion ($3.22 billion), about 10.2 per cent of the GDP, to the economy, said a report.
The total contribution of travel &
Immigration officials have backed calls to establish a specialised court dedicated to dealing with people with travel bans.
Campaigners say a separate body within the government should also be created to help hundreds of destitute
The number of passengers travelling in premium seats on international markets expanded by a solid 4.2 per cent in 2013 compared to 2012, while economy international travel expanded 3.5pc in 2013, a significant slowdown on 2012 when growth was 5.
Diplomats have denied accusations they are not doing enough to help their nationals allegedly living as destitutes in Bahrain.
Thousands of people of a variety of nationalities are thought to be stranded with bans on their passpor