Deliveries of two Airbus A400M military transport planes to Turkey in 2016 are expected to be delayed and talks are ongoing on delivery of a replacement for one that crashed on its maiden flight last year, a defence official told Reuters.
European planemaker Airbus has pushed back the delivery of its first A320neo aircraft to the start of 2016, it said on Wednesday, missing a goal to hand over the revamped version of the jet to its initial customer by the end of 2015.
Delays in paying contractors working on Bahrain’s government housing projects are down to steps to ensure work is progressing as planned, according to a government minister. Housing Minister Bassem Al Hamer told the Gulf Daily News (
Saudi Arabia's construction industry faces difficult times ahead as the prospect of state budget cuts adds to painful labour reforms, according to major builder Al Khodari, in a sign of the strain on an economy squeezed by lower oil prices.
A regulatory maintenance requirement on some of Gulf Air’s wide-body A330 aircraft will result in temporary flight cancellations and delays, the airline said last night. In a statement, Bahrain’s national carrier said it hoped to r
Waiting times for trucks crossing the border into Saudi Arabia have dramatically decreased during Ramadan, it has emerged.
Trucks that took three days to get through the bottleneck are now crossing King Fahad Causeway within hours
Saudi Arabia's National Industrialisation Co (Tasnee) said commercial production at a planned ilmenite smelting plant has been delayed until the second half of next year, according to a bourse filing on Thursday.
The delays in
A dispute over penalty demands and right of access has broken out between the master developer of a $1.5-billion man-made island project in Bahrain and around 60 developers and property owners there.
Lulu Tourism Company (LTC), th
The implementation of a 12-year-old law on fruit and vegetable imports that has never been properly enforced has been delayed until after Ramadan.
Under the law, which was enacted in 2003, importers are obliged to provide the auth
Fears that perishable goods arriving at Khalifa Bin Salman Port in Bahrain could spoil due to delays clearing customs have been allayed.
Officials from the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) said yesterday (May 27) th