Hawker Pacific, a leading aircraft sales and product support company in Asia, Pacific and the Middle East, has appointed Mathew Hardy as its new general manager of helicopter sales and support.
In this role, Mathew will be
A specialist team from Etihad Airways today visited the nine passengers, hospitalised after Etihad Airways flight EY474 encountered severe and unexpected clear air turbulence, to provide ongoing care, support and assistance.
One month since the tragic loss of flight FZ981, flydubai has launched its memorial website http://withgreatsadness.com/en.
The website commemorates the memory of the passengers and crew of flight FZ981 and collects the thoughts a
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has paid 720 million Moroccan dirhams ($71.8 million) backing Morocco's green plan programme, according to a report.
It is part of a 1.4 billion Moroccan di
Bahrain is committed to supporting international efforts to combat terrorism and achieve lasting regional stability, the Crown Prince said yesterday (January 13). His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supr
The Dubai Film Connection (DFC), the co-production market of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), has awarded more than $80,000 in support of Arab filmmakers.
The DFC also brings together selected proj
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) was recently honoured for its contributions to the health sector at the closing ceremony of the National Campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The campaign w
Dubai-based Gulf Navigation Maritime, a leading maritime and shipping company, has collaborated with ‘The Mission to Seafarers’ (MtS) to support the cause of sailors.
The MtS Group is a voluntary funded organisation es
National carrier Oman Air, in partnership with the Oman’s Ministry of Social Development, has made exclusive travel arrangements to assist people with special needs, on low incomes.
Paul Gregorowitsch, Oman Air’s chief
India is likely to bring in rules to make it compulsory for sugar mills to export millions of tonnes of surplus supplies to support local prices, sources said, in a move that could quell growing anger among farmers but add to a glut on global ma