Middle East airlines had the strongest year-over-year demand growth in January at 10.9 per cent, helped by ongoing network and fleet expansion, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) has announced.
Capacity rose 12.9 p
US and Middle East airline chiefs traded accusations on Monday over a campaign by major US carriers to restrict what they say is heavily subsidized competition from Gulf counterparts.
In the United States, airlines are trying to p
Middle Eastern airlines registered an 8.7 per cent growth in passenger demand in February, backed by economies well placed to withstand the plunge in oil revenues, a report said.
While regionally-based carriers continued to gain m
Airlines in the Middle East recorded a strong growth of 9.2 per cent in passenger traffic in July, benefitting from the strength of regional economies and solid growth in business-related premium travel, an International Air Transport Associatio
Chief executive officers (CEOs) of Emirates Airlines, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways will address critical issues in aviation, travel and tourism at the upcoming World Routes Strategy Summit in Chicago.
The summit, taking place
Airlines in the Middle East will require 2,610 new airplanes over the next 20 years, worth an estimated $550 billion, said Boeing in a report, adding that one-third of that demand will replace today's fleets.
Sixty-six per cen
Middle East airlines saw passenger demand expand by 10.9 per cent in April as against the same period of 2012, marking the strongest growth among all regions, according to a release by the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
Middle East carriers saw year-on-year passenger growth demand expand by 10.6 per cent in February--the strongest among all the regions, said a report released by the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
Middle Eastern airlines posted the fastest-growing air freight demand in January globally, reporting an increase of 16.3 per cent over the same month in 2012, according to figures and analysis released by the International Air Transport Associat
Middle East and Africa based airlines grew 14.7 per cent and 7.1 per cent respectively in 2012, supported by the development of trade between Asia and Africa, said the director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association.