A bomb scare over a suspect car which forced the evacuation of an area of central Copenhagen on Tuesday turned out to be a false alarm, Danish police said.
The parked car was found with wires attached to it but a military bomb dis
APM Terminals Bahrain, the operator of Khalifa Bin Salman Port, announced that the general manager of its commercial division recently completed the first part of an international management programme in Copenhagen.
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UAE national airline Etihad Airways has entered into a codeshare agreement with Belgian carrier Brussels Airlines as part of a plan to boost its presence in the European region.
With this deal, the Etihad network opens up more of Euro
The wind turbine market faces a difficult 2013 even if a US incentive scheme known as the Production Tax Credit (PTC) is extended beyond its end-2012 expiry date, Denmark-based MAKE Consulting said in a research note.
Uncertainty about whe
Emirates, the leading international airline of the UAE, has launched a non-stop daily service to Copenhagen, marking its first passenger flight to Scandinavia.
“Copenhagen brings a new and exciting dimension to the Emirates’ network,” said
Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, has launched its first Scandinavian operation with four weekly flights to Denmark capital Copenhagen.
The inaugural flight took off from Bahrain International Airport at 1.30 am on Friday and land
Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, will start flying to Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark from July 1 and Nairobi, the capital of Kenya from July 5 with four flights per week.
Copenhagen is set to become the airline’s first Scandi
Investments to create new jobs in clean energies risk backfiring by curbing employment in other parts of the economy, said a report.
A study commissioned by Danish "Skeptical Environmentalist" Bjorn Lomborg said on Monday that jobs in gree
Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline, has announced the launch of non-stop, daily flights to Copenhagen in Denmark on August 1.
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital city which attracts 1.3 million tourists a year, will become the Emira