Dubai International Airport registered the highest monthly traffic in its 55-year history with 7.2 million passengers in August.
According to the latest traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today, traffic at Dubai Airp
Traffic police are bracing themselves for an influx of Eid visitors as tens of thousands of extra cars are expected to descend on Bahrain from today (September 23). Patrols will be out in force to regulate traffic on all major routes and highw
UAE national carrier Etihad Airways expects to carry over 230,000 guests during the upcoming Eid Al Adha period, an increase of almost 20 per cent over the same period last year.
Between 45,000 and 50,000 guests will travel during
With over half of the Middle Eastern population living in the cities and the number expected to double in less than 20 years, the governments have now shifted their focus to boosting urban mass transport, said experts.
Traffic was brought to a standstill across Bahrain yesterday (September 13) following reports of suspicious devices found in several areas. Motorists driving on the Shaikh Isa bin Salman Highway from Salmabad, Janabiya and Hidd were stuck in t
Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways reported a 36 per cent increase in passenger numbers in July compared to same period in 2014, mainly driven by continued strong demand on all routes, better flight schedules, and an improved booking and check-in expe
International air passenger traffic rose by 8.6 per cent in July compared to the same period last year, led by strong growth from Middle Eastern airlines, according to a report.
Announcing a robust demand growth for both domestic
Introducing new projects and cracking down on municipal violations will be at the top of the agenda in the capital as Bahrain’s councils return for the new legislative term. The Capital Trustees Board is looking into new schemes includin
Dubai International Airport saw passenger numbers climb up to 6.68 million In July this year, up 29.6 per cent from a temporary dip in the same month last year when traffic numbers were affected by a runway refurbishment programme.
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan, performed significantly better in July this year, welcoming 749,314 passengers compared to 578,026 passengers in the same month last year - a notable 29.6 per cent increase.