Today (February 12) marks the second anniversary of Bahrain Air going into liquidation, leaving hundreds of employees without a job and thousands of customers out of pocket.
Millions of dinars are still owed by the former airline,
Dubai-based Emirates has stated that it will keep passengers inside a grounded aircraft for a maximum of two hours only before the plane either takes-off or passengers are allowed to leave, a report said.
The statement follows recent fl
A telescope that will be the world's largest when completed could face a delay to start-up as its European backers wait for Brazil to commit to the funding needed for it to be fully operational.
The European Extremely Large Te
A long-awaited multimillion-dollar theme park in Muharraq that is set to feature Bahrain's first indoor ski slope has been hit by further delays.
The radical overhaul of Muharraq Grand Garden - which carries a BD20-million ($5
An airline has been ordered to pay Dh30,000 ($8,165) as compensation to a diabetic pilgrim who suffered physical discomfort and mental stress last year due to flight delays, said a report.
The complainant had f
Development of Iraq's Akkas gasfield has been delayed due to the latest crisis in the Opec member nation, South Korea's energy ministry said yesterday, quoting project owner Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas).
An official at th
Work at a Riffa garment factory ground to a halt yesterday as nearly 2,000 employees went on a strike over allegations of abuse, withheld payment and forced deportation.
The walk-out at MRS Fashions in Hajiyat
Saudi Arabia’s Shoura Council has urged the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) to investigate the delay in the completion of the Haramain Railway project, which was scheduled for completion by 2012, said a report.