Milan Expo closes its doors on Saturday after a highly successful run that defied those who predicted it would flop and debunking the stereotype view that Italians cannot queue.
More than 20 million people have visited the world f
Abu Dhabi Ports, the master developer, operator and manager of ports and industrial zones in Abu Dhabi, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with SACE, the Italian Export Credit company, for enhancing business relations between both
The Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (Dafza) has named the inaugural batch of winners of the first-every Expo Innovation Challenge held recently under Expo Milan 2015.
The announcement was made during the award
The delegation from the Ajman government visiting Milan Expo 2015 yesterday toured the UAE pavilion in Italy.
The delegation was welcomed by the officials in charge of the pavilion who gave them a tour of the different sections of
A delegation from the Ajman government visiting Milan Expo 2015 recently held four separate meetings with key officials of the city to gather information about Milan and learn best practices in organising a huge international exhibition.
Leading air services provider Dnata has reached an agreement to acquire a 30 per cent share in Milan-based ground handler, Airport Handling.
The Dubai-based aviation services company will also have majority representation on the board t
DP World, the Dubai-based global marine terminals operator, recently sent its employees to live and explore Milan Expo 2015 and share their experiences with Dubai Expo 2020 organisers.
DP World’s delegation represented the e
An Air India flight enroute to Italy on Thursday had to make a sudden return to New Delhi after a ‘suspected rat sighting’ two hours into the journey.
The Dreamliner with almost 200 people on board was on its way to Mi
Just over a month after the opening of Expo 2015 in Milan, Italy, Oman’s pavilion had more than 570,000 visits.
The pavilion, under the theme ‘Heritage in Harvest: Harnessing the sea, sun and sand,’ tells the sto
Dubai's Emirates airline could expand its route network by using European hubs to fly into North and South American cities, its president said, a move that could anger US carriers which accuse it of competing unfairly through state subsidies