The Royal Jordanian booth at the 37th international Madrid tourism trade fair Fitur was the focus of a large number of visitors, particularly with the presence of Samuel García, the Spanish professional football player who recently joined
Etihad Airways today announced its Abu Dhabi – Madrid route will operate daily with the introduction of three new flights each week, effective June 1, 2017.
The additional frequencies underscore the airline’s commitmen
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), a major aluminium producer, was a key participant and sponsor of the 31st International Aluminium Conference, held recently in Madrid, Spain.
The conference is a major international platform for ke
US singer Anastacia (C) performs on stage with two members of Spanish band, Auryn, during 'The Night of Cadena 100' concert at the Sports Palace of Madrid, Spain, on April 9.
The charity concert brings together national and inte
A flight operated by Brazilian flag carrier TAM Airlines was forced to return to Madrid late Monday after a bomb threat, the company said in a statement.
Flight No. JJ8065, a Boeing 777-32W aircraft, left Madrid's Barajas Airp
Spanish air traffic controllers will restart partial strikes in the coming weeks in protest against sanctions imposed by airport authorities on some staff, unions said on Monday.
Controllers will strike between 0600 CET and 1800 C
Dubai's Emirates airlines has extended its A380 route even further with the launch of a daily flight to Madrid, Spain - the airline's 35th international A380 destination.
Emirates is the first airline to offer a scheduled A380 s
UAE’s Etihad Airways’ is rapidly expanding its network with the launch of direct non-stop flights between Abu Dhabi and Madrid, Spain.
James Hogan, Etihad Airways’ president and chief executive officer, said the
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), today commenced four times a week, non-stop services between Abu Dhabi and Madrid.
The inaugural flight – EY075 – departed Abu Dhabi Airport on sc
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