Flydubai has announced the addition of three new destinations for the upcoming summer season.
Batumi in Georgia, Qabala in Azerbaijan and Tivat in Montenegro are the latest destinations to join flydubai’s growing network and
"Made in Azerbaijan" products will be showcased at the upcoming Gulfood 2017, the region's leading food exhibition, Dubai, UAE.
The participation is being organised by the Azerbaijan Export and Investment Promo
Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low-cost carrier, iss looking to expand its international route network with a new service to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan.
Starting March 23, 2017, the air
Renowned Health and Wellness specialist Henri Chenot, has launched a modern health wellness retreat in Azerbaijan.
Five luxury stars will shine over the breathtaking Gabala Lake hosting a new hotel resort that is entirely based on
Dubai-based global marine terminal operator DP World has entered into an advisory agreement with the Azerbaijan Ministry of Economy and the Port of Baku to develop a framework for the Alyat Free Trade Zone in Azerbaijan.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently participated in Innoprom 2016, a leading international industrial trade fair held in Ekaterinburg, Azerbaijan, showcasing Dubai’s competitive business environment.
Abu Dhabi-based Nirvana Travel and Tourism is offering families six action-packed days in the unique, and scenic city of Baku, Azerbaijan, this summer.
Accommodation is offered in four-star hotels by the likes of Central Park Hote
Iranian and Azerbaijani officials recently broke ground for a joint venture car manufacturing project in Azerbaijan’s Neftchala Industrial Region, said a report.
The production capacity of the plant, jointly run by Iran Khod
Iranian transportation companies will be exempted from tolls on Azeri roads for three years based on Azerbaijan's new tax regulations, aimed at developing the transportation sector between the two countries, said a report.
Azerbaijan produced 21.06 million tonnes of oil in January-June, 0.4 percent more than in the first half of last year and the first rise since May last year, the State Statistics Committee said on Thursday.