Police fired tear gas at demonstrators on Friday as protests overshadowed the start of the Milan Expo, a global fair the government had been hoped would help to put a new face on Italy after years of economic decline.
Ahead of the official opening of Milan Expo tomorrow (May 1), Dubai-based Emirates is providing a sneak peek into its private Emirates Lounge displayed within the UAE Pavilion.
The stylishly appointed lounge covers an area of 217-sq-m a
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, welcomed the arrival of its equity and codeshare partner Alitalia’s inaugural flights from Venice and Milan to the to the UAE capital Abu Dhabi yesterday.
A traditional water
Qatar Pavilion Committee - Expo 2015 has selected Katara Hospitality, a global hotel owner and and operator, as its hospitality partner for the event in Milan, Italy.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by S
Qatar Airways, the national carrier of the country, will increase its capacity on routes to Italy as well as introduce double-daily flights to Madrid, Spain.
The increase in both capacity and service will roll out over the next five mon
Etihad Cargo, the freighter division of Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, is set to partner with Avianca Cargo, the cargo division of leading Latin American carrier Avianca, based in Colombia, to deploy freighter flights.
Royal Jordanian, the kingdom’s national carrier, is set to suspend flights to Alexandria, Colombo and Milan, according to its operating plan this year.
The routes proved to be infeasible as the number of passengers to and fr
Lexus is set to hold a special exhibition of works by three world renowned designers at the Milan Design Week in April.
The exhibition entitled ‘Lexus Design Amazing 2014 Milan,’ will be held at the Circolo Filologico
Italian carmaker Fiat SpA struck a $4.35 billion deal to gain full control of Chrysler Group LLC, ending more than a year of tense talks that have obstructed Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne's efforts to combine the two automakers' reso
European car sales slumped to their lowest six-months total in 20 years in the first half of 2013, with a 6.3 percent drop in June suggesting no let up for an industry battered by overcapacity and weak demand.