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
Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the country, will increase its capacity on routes to Italy as well as introduce double-daily flights to Madrid, Spain.
The increase in both capacity and service will roll out over the next five mon
Passengers on the Qatar Airways flight from Spanish capital Madrid to Doha, Qatar, were stranded for six hours at Adolfo Suárez Barajas airport after a mouse was spotted scurrying through the cabin.
The furry rodent was discovere
Qatar Airways plans to increase its operations to Madrid, Spain, from November 16, with the addition of three extra flights per week.
The increase in frequency will bring the total number of flights up from seven to 10 per week, r
Madrid-based Allfunds Bank will expand its presence in Asia and the Middle East, widening the reach of its intermediation platform while adding more Islamic mutual funds to its product range, a company official said.
Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Madrid-based Institución Ferial de Madrid (IFEMA) targeting mutually beneficial opportunities in the events and exhibitions sector.
Tokyo celebrated after being awarded the 2020 Olympic Games on Sunday, with a huge roar arising from thousands gathered in a park in the early hours of a grey, humid morning and people embracing on street corners in the city.
More than six million Spaniards were out of work in the first quarter of this year, raising the jobless rate in the euro zone's fourth biggest economy to 27.2 per cent, the highest since records began in the 1970s.
The huge su