Air Berlin, Germany's second largest airline, is planning to introduce a business class service on short-haul flights in Europe, as part of a restructuring designed to return it to profitability.
Air Berlin, mostly known for i
Wermuth Asset Management has warned that the global response to last year’s COP21 agreement had been too slow. However, it said the Middle East had a clear opportunity to lead the shift towards renewable energy.
Dubai-based Emirates will return with its Airbus A380 to ILA Berlin Air Show 2016, a major trade exhibition for the aerospace and defence industries.
The Emirates A380 will be the largest aircraft to be showcased and the only A380
Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) was named the second best exhibitor from the Middle East at ITB Berlin 2016, which concluded in the German capital on March 13.
SCTDA participated in the event for the 19t
Emirates‘ triple-deck Infinite Possibilities Stand delighted visitors to this year’s ITB trade show in Berlin, as the airline’s teams welcomed more than 15,000 guests during the five-day event.
The new stand prov
Marking its 50th anniversary this year, ITB Berlin again underlined its importance as the leading trade show for the global travel industry as it welcomed some 10,000 exhibiting companies from 187 countries and regions and 120,000 trade visitors
Having been named the official airline partner of Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming action adventure Batman v Superman, Turkish Airlines put on display the iconic Batmobile at its booth at ITB Berlin this weekend.
Botswana will be the official partner country of ITB Berlin in 2017, it was announced at a press event at ITB Berlin on March 9.
The announcement follows an agreementsigned by Botswana Tourism Minister Tshekedi Khama II and Dr. Ch
ITB Berlin's partner country, Maldives, continues to focus on growing its tourism popularity with future investments planned in the country's infrastructure.
Moosa Zameer, Tourism Minister of the Maldives, looked back at the beg
Visitors to ITB Berlin's 11th hotel conference today had the opportunity to meet Mario, a robot who works in a hotel, as part of the show's Hospitality Day.
Mario is the youngest employee at the Ghent Marriott Hotel in Bel