Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, has become one of the first airlines in the region to be awarded the International Air Transport Association (Iata) Ground Operations Manual Certificate (IGOM) for its compliance with international sta
The Gulf Flight Safety Council (GFSC), a not-for-profit group of GCC aviation organisations focusing on improved safety standards, proposed the setting of regional safety guidelines, at its first 2016 meeting held in Bahrain.
Oman Air has reaffirmed its commitment to passenger safety with the provision of additional refresher training for key staff.
Working in partnership with Zurich-based aviation security specialists Checkport Switzerland, Oman Air&r
The Gulf Flight Safety Council (GFSC), a regional not-for-profit group of aviation organisations dedicated to promoting the improvement of safety in the GCC region, is holding its first meeting of 2016 in Bahrain.
The meeting is j
Indian engineering and construction firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) said it has achieved a major safety milestone during the construction of key facilities at its Riyadh Metro project in Saudi Arabia, clocking over 15 million safe man hours w
International aviation specialists will convene in Dubai this month at the fourth edition of the World Aviation Safety Summit, to propose new procedures for enhancing a culture of safety across the industry.
Global experts will an
Qatar-based Gulf Warehousing Company (GWC), a leading logistics provider, recently presented an award to Al Bader Construction & Steel Works for completing “One Million Man Hours without Lost Time Injury” at a GWC construction si
Flydubai said the safety and welfare of its crews were of primary importance following media reports of fatigue among its pilots, and advised against speculation over the circumstances of last week's deadly crash in Russia.
Oman’s Public Establishment for Industrial Estates (PEIE) in cooperation with Capital Market Authority (CMA) recently hosted a seminar highlighting the importance of safety and security standards at industrial firms.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered officials on Monday to examine whether Russia's flight safety rules need to be tightened up after a passenger jet crashed in southern Russia killing all 62 people on board.