The three major regional airlines – Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways – are poised to expand their fleet by almost 650 new planes, according to an expert in aviation inspection, safety and maintenance systems.
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its international destination network with the launch of flights to Conakry, Republic of Guinea, on January 30.
Conakry will be 296th destination in the 120th country that will be served by the
Turkish Airlines continues to invest in their high quality services with the introduction of Mini Port - a daily passenger baggage transportation service between Taksim and Atatürk Airport.
Ahmet Olmuştur, chief marketing off
Turkish Airlines is expanding its presence in Africa with direct flights launched between Istanbul and Zanzibar.
Following the addition of Zanzibar, Turkish Airlines will now be flying to 293 destinations worldwide; 50 of which ar
Bahrain International Travel Group has appointed CD Singh as the group general manager to oversee both its general sales agency (GSA) and travel agency business.
A industry veteran, Singh boasts more than 27 years of experience in
The global airline industry is expected to make a net profit in 2017 of $29.8 billion, representing a 4.1 per cent net profit margin and total revenues of $736 billion, said the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
IBS Software, a leading aviation IT solutions provider, has signed a 10-year multi-million dollar contract with Asiana Airlines Cargo for the implementation of its cargo management solution.
Under the deal, IBS will implement the
Dubai Airports has issued a statement today to clear the air on what it called inaccurate reports related to slot allocation for Indian carriers at the world’s busiest international airport, Dubai International (DXB).
Turkish Airlines continues to expand its destination network with the addition of flights to Havana (Cuba) and Caracas (Venezuela) as its 16th and 17th global destinations.
Beginning on December 20, Havana and Caracas flights will
Turkish Airlines' Business class travellers on America-bound flights will have the possibility to experience a renewed audio experience following a recent deal with Denon, one of the world’s highest-quality audio and home entertainment