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Air traffic management 'biggest challenge'

Air traffic management is the biggest challenge for the region's aviation industry as capacity restrictions limit growth and add to costs and emissions, experts have said. They were speaking during the Arab Aviation and Media

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Etihad female engineers attend global meet

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, recognised its top 10 performing Emirati female engineering trainees by giving them the chance to attend the 25th Annual International Women in Aviation Conference in Orlando, Florida.

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30,000 fake engineers found in Saudi

More than 30,000 foreign engineers with fake degrees have been detected in Saudi Arabia, said the Saudi Council of Engineers president was quoted as saying in a report. Hamad Al-Shaqawi urged firms to employ only engineers registe

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Global role for Bahraini engineer

Abdul Majeed Al Gassab, the president of Bahrain Society of Engineers (BSE), has been appointed as the "Special Advisor” to the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) president Marwan Abdelhamid. WFEO is a

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Ducab trains ADDC engineers

Dubai Cable Company (Ducab), a manufacturer of power cables and copper products, held a week-long training for technicians and engineers from the Abu Dhabi Distribution Company (ADDC). The training session for the first batch of 2

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Makeover 'crucial for wooing new oil engineers'

Branding and improving the image of the oil and gas industry can go a long way in attracting the next generation of engineers, a leading industry expert said. According to Bahrain Society of Engineers (BSE) president Abdul Majeed

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Engineers 'playing key role in improving standards'

The public depends on the expertise and creative thinking of engineers to design, build, operate and maintain the world's public infrastructure, sustaining and improving the standard of living. That was the message from Bahrai

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Major economies face talent shortage

The US and other large economies cannot find enough skilled workers, engineers and other in-demand employees, according to an annual study on talent shortages. The study, by staffing services giant ManpowerGroup, found 34 percent of employ

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Bahrain engineers get CAD training

The Bahrain Ministry of Works is hosting two training courses in CAD programs for engineers from the government departments  in co-ordination with Bentley Institute for Programmes. The courses, organized by the Human Resources Directo

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P&T completes five years in Dubai

P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd, a leading international multi-disciplinary firm employing over 1,500 staff around the world, has crossed two key milestones – completion of its fifth successful year in Dubai and its140th global anniversary.

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