Kuwait is set to spend about KD4.74 billion ($15.6 billion) on infrastructure and other projects in fiscal year 2017-2018 with the private sector contributing 16.9 per cent of the spend, said a report in a local daily.
Dubai Airports was voted as the Travel and Tourism Company of the year at the Arabian Business Achievement Awards in Dubai recently.
Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, received the award on behalf of the company at the event
Dubai Airports has issued a statement today to clear the air on what it called inaccurate reports related to slot allocation for Indian carriers at the world’s busiest international airport, Dubai International (DXB).
Dubai Airports and its partners have raised Dh1.25 million ($340,600) for Orbis, the international eye care charity organisation best known for its flying eye hospital, through their ‘Your Sight, Our Happiness’ campaign.
Airspace around the Dubai International Airport was closed for about half an hour this morning due to unauthorised drone activity resulting in a number of delays at the airport, a Dubai Airports statement said.
The airspace was cl
Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths was named the Business Leader of the Year at the fifth edition of Gulf Business Awards 2016, which hosted some of the UAE’s key business leaders in Dubai on September 6.
Griffiths was also n
Dubai Airports, operator of Dubai International and Dubai World Central, has welcomed four Emiratis to executive positions in airport administration.
Mohammad Al Hamli, the Director of Human Resource Development Planning and Desig
Dubai Airports and the region’s leading car booking app Careem have teamed up to offer ground transport discounts to Dubai residents travelling via Dubai International Airport (DXB) this summer.
The agreement provides
Abu Dhabi Airports has begun its ‘Beat the Heat’ campaign advising staff and contractors on how to cope with extreme weather conditions over the summer.
The company is holding lectures in Arabic, English, Urdu and Hind
With airlines worried that long security lines may discourage summer travelers, the US government said on Wednesday it will add airport staff and bomb-sniffing dogs and ramp up pre-screening enrollment efforts.
The US Transportati