Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait, Bahrain's pioneer in retail and commercial banking, has opened two new offsite ATMs located in Manama Plaza (Mahooz) and Al Reem Centre (East Riffa) in the kingdom.
BBK has one of the largest distri
More than 2,700 exhibitors signed business deals worth more than $2.1 billion at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which took place in Dubai recently, according to research conducted by Reed Travel Exhibitions.
Banks in Bahrain have been urged to stop using outdated ATMs after dozens of card holders had their details stolen in a security breach earlier this month.
According to Bahrain Bankers Union (BBU), several local and regional banks
At least 174 credit and debit card holders in Bahrain have become victims of high-tech ATM fraud.
The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) confirmed that people's details and money had been stolen, but described the theft as a 'l
Infrastructure investment alone will not solve Middle Eastern air traffic capacity issues, a report said, adding that air traffic management (ATM) advancements will offer better handling of increased capacity of airports.
In a major move, Abu Dhabi-based Al Hilal Bank said it will start permitting its customers to use their Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) identity cards for withdrawals and transfers at all its ATMs across the country.
Family-centric travel, which has accounted for more than 12.5 per cent of the $1.07 trillion global tourism market, will be the official theme of the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) next year.
The ATM 2015 will run from May 4 to 7 at
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2014, the region’s leading travel industry showcase, has named India as the recipient of the New Frontiers Award 2014 at a special roundtable seminar session held on the third day of the annual event.
Turkish Airlines, the national carrier of the country, recorded a growth in passenger traffic from the Middle East of 25.8 per cent in 2013, as compared to the previous year.
Already in the first three months of 2014, Turkish Airl
Bahrain-based travel technology company Sabre Travel Network Middle East (STNME) signed a multi-year full content agreement with Nile Air, an upcoming airline of the region founded by Saudi Arabia’s leading travel company Al Tayyar Group.