Passenger numbers at Dubai International Airport (DXB) continued an upward trend in May with the airport welcoming 6.7 million passengers, thus registering a 7.2 per cent growth over the same period in 2015.
According to the monthly tra
VIP recruitment firm Savoir Vivre has teamed up with the International Butler Academy to provide high-end domestic services across the UAE.
Established just three years ago, Savoir Vivre is now working with VIP households, Royal P
Al Zamil real estate group, one of the arms of the Zamil Group, has signed an agreement with hospitality chain Swiss International for a new hotel at Al Qassim Touristic City project in Saudi Arabia.
Al Zamil real estate group dev
Hospitality group Swiss International has signed a management agreement with Al Zamil real estate group to develop a new hotel at Al Qassim Touristic city project in Saudi Arabia.
Al Zamil real estate group is one of the arms of t
Dubai International Airport (DXB) was named the 'Best Airport in the Middle East' at the Asian Freight, Logistics, and Supply Chain Awards (AFLAS) held in Shanghai recently.
Khalil Lamrabet, director, Aviation Business Developme
Dubai International Airport, the world's busiest airport for international travel, welcomed more than 6.9 million passengers in April, up 7.2 per cent from the 6.5 million passengers registered in April 2015.
During the first four m
Etisalat, a leading telecommunications operators in the Middle East, has opened a 24/7 kiosk in the Arrivals Hall at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).
Passengers landing in the UAE’s capital will be able to buy a local
DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF), a fully integrated business aviation facility at Dubai World Central (DWC), and Global ITP UAS International Trip Support have entered into an agreement to provide ground handling.
UAS appointed DCAF
Kerzner International Holdings has appointed Stuart Thomson Executive as the new vice president of global human resources.
In this role, Thomson will lead the company’s human resources strategy, and will work with the operat
International oil firms have warned Iraq that projects to increase its crude output will be delayed if the government insists on drastic spending cuts this year, a senior Iraqi oil official said.
Oil companies helping Iraq develop