The Middle East’s online travel market is forecast to almost double in value within the next two years, rising from $18 billion to $35 billion by 2018, according to research firm Phocuswright.
By the end of 2017, according t
Five men have been jailed for life in prison for being part of a terrorist cell that conspired with Iranian operatives to blow up ATM machines in Bahrain. However, only three of the Bahrainis were in police custody, while the rest were sentenc
Development in the region’s dynamic aviation sector will once again be a major talking point at Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2016, as Gulf airlines look to capitalise on their strategic location, connecting East and West.
Diebold, a leading global provider of innovative self-service technology, has opened its new office in Dubai Internet City, which will serve as headquarters and the hub for the company’s operations in the Middle East and Africa.
Members of a terrorist group were waiting for a “zero hour signal” from Iranian operatives to blow up ATM machines in Bahrain, a court heard.
A Bahraini policeman was giving evidence in the trial of five men, aged betw
Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2016, a key hospitality event taking place in Dubai next year, will shift its focus to mid-market travel - a key growth segment for the region’s hospitality and tourism sector.
Data released by Jones La
Oman Arab Bank, a leading bank in the Sultanate, has selected NCR Aptra Activate software to deliver next generation omni-channel banking experience to its customers.
The software from the leader in consumer transaction technologi
More than a third of automated teller machines across Greece ran out of cash on Saturday before they were replenished as Greeks pulled out money on fears their country was set to crash out of the euro, three banking sources said.
Habib Bank UAE has launched its ‘Remittance Through ATM’ - a new service which will enable customers in the UAE to remit money to Pakistan instantly and free through any of its ATMs in the country, in addition to its branch network.
The Arabian Travel Market 2015 (ATM) , which concluded earlier this month in Dubai, UAE, witnessed more than 26,000 visitors at the event, representing a 15 per cent increase on 2014 figures.
The region’s leading travel trade exhi