Brussels Airport has become the first European hub for pharmaceutical freight using the International Air Transport Association’s (Iatas) global certification programme for shipping cold-chain pharmaceuticals.
The Iata centre of e
Gulf Air, Bahrain's national carrier, took part in the fifth summit between the Worldwide Airline Customer Relations Association (WACRA) and the Passenger Rights Unit of the European Commission in Brussels.
Gulf Air acting chi
Dubai-based Emirates airline is set to commence services to Hungary from October 27 with a daily flight to the capital Budapest.
The airline will offer 278 seats per day on the Dubai-Budapest route, operating a
Emirates, the Dubai-based airline, will launch a new daily service to Brussels, Belgium, from September 5.
Hosting the European Commission, the European Council and over 120 other international organisations, Brussels is a key dec
The European Commission said on Saturday it had agreed a deal with Beijing to resolve a dispute over alleged Chinese dumping of solar panels in Europe, agreeing a minimum price for China's imports.
The deal to resolve the bigg
World powers hope to resume negotiations with Iran over its disputed nuclear programme "as soon as possible", the European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Tuesday.
Ashton, who oversees talks wit
Euro zone unemployment is at a record high and consumer prices are being driven upward by volatile energy and food prices, data showed on Monday, underlining the fragility of the bloc's economic health.
Inflation in the 17-nat
The pace of the euro zone's economic contraction slowed quarter-on-quarter in the first three months of this year, EU statistics showed on Wednesday, but retail sales in April pointed to continued weakness in household demand.
Europeans will find it easier to open and switch bank accounts and see what fees they are being charged under new rules proposed by the European Commission on Wednesday.
The proposal, which could become law in the European Union i
EU antitrust regulators fined Microsoft 561 million euros ($731 million) on Wednesday for breaking a promise to offer European consumers a choice of web browser.
Microsoft had made the pledge in 2009 in settling an antitrust inves