Turkish company TAV Havalimanlari Holding has started talks with Saudi Oger to purchase half of its 33.3 per cent stake in Tibah Airports Development Company, the operator of Madinah International Airport in Saudi Arabia.
More than 600,000 pilgrims are expected to arrive in Madinah, Saudi Arabia, this week before Haj, the Ministry of Haj and Umrah has announced.
Saudi Arabia’s new ‘post-oil’ economy plan as outlined in ‘Visi
Saudi Arabian security officials have identified the terrorists who carried out the recent attacks in Madinah and Qatif areas resulting in the martyrdom of four security men.
Following an intensive investigation, 19 persons - seve
A suicide bomber detonated a bomb at a parking lot outside the Prophet's Mosque in Madinah, the second-holiest site in Islam, a Saudi security spokesman told state news agency SPA, killing four security officers.
A suicide bom
The Pearl-Qatar, United Development Company's (UDC) flagship project and one of the largest urban developments in Qatar, has prepared a line-up of entertainment activities during Eid Al-Fitr holiday.
The festive activities, in
AccorHotels, a leading international hotel operator, has announced the opening of Pullman ZamZam Madinah, a new five-star hotel in the Saudi Arabian holy city.
The property, standing within 150 meters of Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, the s
Crowne Plaza Madinah, a luxurious hotel in the Saudi Arabian city, has welcomed Ibrahim Mohammed Abdel Hamid as its new food and beverage (F&B) manager.
Hamid carries over 28 years of vast experience in the hospitality industr
The Saudi government has launched a series of developmental projects worth over SR100 million ($26.6 million) in the Madinah region, said a report.
These include municipal projects at Khaibar, Al Salsah and Al Ashash municipalitie
Madinah’s Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport will open its Haj terminal tomorrow (January 1) in anticipation of the mass influx of Umrah pilgrims, according to a report.
Offering 28 additional counters, all proced
Saudi authorities have halted the production of a specific type of cables at a manufacturing plant in the industrial area of Madinah, a report said.
The cables did not conform to Saudi standards and specifications, an Arab News re