Middle Eastern carriers registered the strongest year-over-year traffic growth with its capacity increasing 15.6 per cent in May compared to a year ago, according to data released by International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Middle East carriers reported a record 12.7 per cent rise in global air travel demand in April, which was the largest increase among all the regions.
According to a report released by The International Air Transport Association (I
Eight Asian low-cost carriers including subsidiaries of Japan's ANA Holdings and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have formed a landmark alliance allowing travellers to book flights across their platforms for the first time.
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Middle East carriers recorded a staggering 10.5 per cent growth in annual traffic last year compared to the figures in 2014, registering the strongest growth globally, said a report.
Following closely behind was Latin America (9.3 per c
Iran has signed preliminary agreements with shipbuilders from South Korea, Germany and China for the construction of high-tech liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers, as the country aims to become a leading exporter of LNG, a report said.
Middle East carriers saw international passenger demand climb only 9.9 per cent in September, well down on August's 13.7 per cent growth, as major economies in the region, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE, experienced slowdowns in non-oil
Six top members of the Congress have sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx urging the Obama administration to open consultations with Qatar and the UAE over subsidies the states have allegedly given Gulf airlines.
Entry into a US gateway market by a Gulf carrier results in a decline in US carrier's international bookings to and from the region, a new study has claimed.
Gulf airlines that fly to US routes have failed to stimulate any mea
The Obama administration on Friday solicited comments from interested parties about US airline and unions' claims that Gulf carriers have received market-distorting subsidies, marking the latest step in its review of the matter.
Low-cost carriers flying to Russia are vital to the recovery of the country's tourism business and can expect to see a 13 per cent annual increase in the number of Russian passengers over the next four years, a recent study showed.