Manitou, a leader in rough terrain material handing, will showcase its range of personnel lifting devices and parts handling solutions for civil and military aviation in the Middle East at an event in Dubai, UAE, next month.
Dubai-listed low-cost carrier Air Arabia could lease aircraft to expand capacity into Europe and North Africa instead of ordering new planes, its chief executive said on Sunday.
The budget carrier announced this month it had bough
Airbus clung to the top spot in commercial plane orders by confirming it outsold Boeing last year, while failing to close a gap in deliveries that leaves its US rival as the world's largest plane manufacturer for the third year running.
Aluminium, aircraft, chemicals, biotechnology, agriculture and pharmaceuticals have been identified as key areas of bilateral trade and investment between Bahrain and Russia, a top Russian minister said.
Russia's Minister of I
The head of Dubai's Emirates issued a furious reaction to a public suggestion by Airbus that it might discontinue the A380 superjumbo and told Reuters it was ready to invest massively in an upgraded version if the planemaker went ahead with
Abu Dhabi aircraft parts business Strata expects revenue from existing operations to more than triple by 2020 and plans to open a second factory in the UAE in 2017, said its chief executive.
Strata, the manufacturing arm of Abu Dh
Flying Colours Corp, a North America-based completions, refurbishment and maintenance specialist, is nearing the completion of maintenance work on a second aircraft under approval from the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA).
Kuwait Airways has agreed to buy 10 widebody 777-300ER passenger aircraft from manufacturer Boeing to upgrade its fleet, the airline's chairwoman said on Thursday.
The deal has a value of $3.3 billion at list price, although a
Gulf-based airlines have closed financing agreements for a total of 16 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, according to statements from the carriers and banks involved.
The region's airlines are securing funds as they take delivery of
Dubai's Emirates hopes it will be able to re-engage in talks in the next few months with plane maker Airbus over possibly buying A350 planes after it cancelled an order earlier this year, the airline's president said on Thursday.