The Middle East carriers’ passenger demand jumped 10.8 per cent in June, the largest increase for any region, according to the International Air Transport Association's (Iata) June report.
It reflects the continued stren
Etisalat, the UAE’s leading telecommunications operator, has launched carrier billing for the Samsung Galaxy Apps store, in partnership with Samsung Electronics.
The service will allow the operator’s customers to charg
Omani telecom services operator Nawras has quadrupled its 3G+ mobile services with the launch of its fourth 3G+ data carrier for the first time in the Sultanate.
Nawras customers in Al Amerat, and Naseem Gardens were among the fir
Dubai-based Emirates airline has been named the official carrier for The Government Summit to be held in Dubai next month.
The second Government Summit, which will run from February 10 to 12, will provide a platform for exchanging
Sharjah-based Air Arabia has won the “Low-Cost Carrier of the Year” award at the Aviation Business Awards 2013 held in Dubai recently.
The Aviation Business Awards recognise an airline’s commitment to providing t
Middle East carriers have registered a 12.3 per cent air freight growth in air freight October, as compared to the same month last year, said a report.
After the year-on-year slowdown in September caused by Ramadan, the freight gr
Lufthansa is leaving the door ajar to forming an alliance with any of the Gulf airlines, the German carrier's chief executive said, even though currently it sees no benefit in a partnership.
Europe's biggest airline by sal
Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s largest low-cost carrier (LCC), reported a net profit of Dh134 million ($36.47 million) for the first half of this year, an increase of 17 per cent compared to Dh115 million during the same
LNG shipper Maran Nakilat has sealed a loan refinancing deal worth $662.4 million, allowing it to proceed with an expansion of its LNG carrier fleet to six ships from four, one of its parent companies said on Mon
Unionists at Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air are demanding increased severance packages ahead of proposed mass layoffs as part of a major downsizing.
The Gulf Air Trade Union (GATU) met management of the airline yesterda