Travel is expected to reach an all-time high at the end of this week for Emirates with over 300,000 passengers travelling outbound for the holiday season between December 14 and 17.
A total of 307,000 passengers are expected to pa
Emirates is anticipating high passenger traffic on its flights this upcoming weekend, with 160,000 travellers expected to pass through Emirates Terminal 3 from September 8 to 10.
Consistently high passenger loads from Dubai is als
At the end of each week, residents and locals in Kuwait can treat themselves at the Marina Hotel Kuwait, which is offering an attractive and indulgent weekend package.
At a location where luxury meets modernity, guests are invited to en
The St Regis Abu Dhabi will open its Nation Riviera Beach Club to the public on December 11 and 12 for a weekend of sunshine, outdoor entertainment and delicious food, in support of Unicef.
For just Dh250++ ($68++) for adults, Dh125++ (
Leading four-star property Sheraton Deira Hotel, Dubai recently named the first lucky winners of its September “Maharaja Weekend” raffle draw, hosted in collaboration with flag carrier Air India.
Akhilesh Bhadran from
Sheraton Deira Hotel, Dubai, a leading four-star property in the UAE emirate, will be hosting its first raffle draw for the “Maharaja Weekend’ – a six-month long Indian food festival that commenced in May.
A shortage of staff at Bahrain’s main hospital during weekends and public holidays is causing unnecessary suffering to sickle cell anaemia patients, an activist has claimed.
Bahrain Society for Sickle Cell Anaemia Patient Ca
Oil fell about 2 per cent on Friday as a rallying dollar and profit-taking ahead of a long US holiday weekend cut short a two-day run-up in crude prices.
Heating oil, a proxy play for diesel, also fell almost lost 2 per cent while
Bahrain is set to benefit from a spending bonanza over the Formula One weekend with an estimated $1 billion flooding the economy.
In an exclusive interview with the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, Bahrain I
The UAE is a country of “fantasy weekenders”, more prone to staying at home and making exaggerated claims later, according to a research released by Hilton.
The research to mark the launch of Hilton’s annual Wint