Turkish Airlines and Lebanon's Middle East Airlines (MEA) resumed flights to Baghdad on Thursday after halting them earlier in the week when bullets hit a plane as it was landing in the Iraqi capital.
Samir Kubba, the head of
Dubai-based Emirates plans to launch its A380 services to two European destinations: Dusseldorf (Germany) and Madrid (Spain).
For both cities, Emirates will be the first airline to operate a scheduled A380 service. The Dusseldorf route
Asian airlines are slashing fuel surcharges as oil prices hover at six-year lows, but passengers hoping for cheaper tickets will be disappointed as carriers are likely to bump up fares to maintain margins.
Australia's Qantas A
Dubai's Emirates airline expects currency fluctuations in Europe and Russia to limit the profitability boost from lower oil prices, a senior executive said on Tuesday.
Emirates President Tim Clark was quoted this week as sayin
The UAE aviation authority has issued a ban on flights to the Iraqi capital Baghdad after shots were fired at a flydubai flight which landed at Baghdad International Airport from Dubai, UAE, on Monday.
The plane was carrying 154 p
Middle Eastern commercial partnerships contributed significantly to revenue increases of many top football clubs last season, according to a study.
Revenue for the world’s 20 highest earning clubs reached $8.4 billion last s
Emirates Vacation Club, a leading vacation ownership company in Dubai, UAE, will be sponsoring the fifth International Sports versus Crime Conference organised by the Dubai Police which is aimed at creating awareness about crime prevention and r
Dubai's flagship airline, Emirates, is studying whether to cut the fuel surcharge it passes on to customers to reflect recent drops in oil prices, its president has been quoted a saying.
Tim Clark also said in a report in
Dubai's national airline Emirates is ready to buy 100 Airbus A380neos if Airbus decides to launch the aircraft, said a report, citing the carrier's top official.
“What we have said as Emirates is if you are going to
Dubai-based Emirates has been ranked as the Best Airline in 2014 in an annual study by eDreams, one of the largest e-commerce travel companies in Europe.
Emirates swept most of the categories with an overall rating of 4.24 out of the to