Airlines using London's Heathrow airport would be prepared to pay higher landing fees to reduce long queues at the British hub which have reached "crisis" levels, according to the chief executive of British Airways owner IAG. &nbs
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion was investigating reports some users experienced delays, but said on Wednesday it was not fighting an outage similar to the one that took down its service for four days last month.
"We're getting reports
Etisalat Misr, the Egyptian arm of Abu Dhabi-based telecoms group Etisalat , has delayed a listing on Egypt's stock exchange until market conditions improve, daily newspaper al-Mal quoted the head of Etisalat Misr as saying.
Incoming passengers at Bahrain International Airport suffered lengthy delays after a technical glitch at the immigration counters.
Sources said numerous travellers were caught up in long queues due to a fault in the Labour Market Regulator
Washington is holding up the formation of a new Iraqi government by insisting the two main election winners form a coalition, allowing Iraq's neighbours to meddle in its affairs, a top Shi'ite politician told Reuters.
Hadi al-Amiri, a parl
Construction of the BD43 million ($114 million) Isa Town flyover and interchange project in Bahrain could be indefinitely delayed following the termination of the contractor's services, it has emerged.
The project, which got underway i
International oil companies will lose contracts at Iraq's biggest producing oilfields if they fail to start operating in the country within six months of deals taking effect, an Iraqi oil official said.
Iraq will brook no delays on deals t
Airbus suffered a double blow on Tuesday as airlines warned they faced further delays on delivery of the A380 superjumbo and a new hitch developed with the plane maker's cost-saving plans.
Dubai's Emirates airline, the biggest A380 custome
Only 11,000 units of the expected 57,000 units have come on stream so far in Dubai’s residential market this year, a report said.
The far slower pace of completed project handovers so far in 2007 means that supply will continue to lag behi