April 17, 2014
Emirates Airline said on Thursday that runway upgrades at Dubai International would cut its revenues by Dh1 billion ($272 million) this year as it has to reduce flights to 41 destinations worldwide.
Positive reaction: Dubai's recently imposed fee on hotel guests had no negative feedback according to the head of the city's tourism authority.
Families in Abu Dhabi households reportedly spend an average of $1,498 on landlines and mobile phones while $1,004 is spent on education.
According to a STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, 573 hotels are expected to open across the Middle East and Africa.
Rapper Rick Ross is making his Abu Dhabi debut at Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’s show this April.
An insight into the Satellite TV world of Afghanistan.
When Afghanistan is mentioned, “satellite TV” is perhaps the last thing on anybody’s mind. Nonetheless, the nascent broadcast media has been up and running in the war-ravaged country since the downfall of the Taliban at the hands of the US in 2001.
April 16, 2014
The national airline of the UAE racked up $1.4 billion in revenues as it transported 3.2 million passengers, higher by over 14 per cent year-on-year
Following the death of a Filipino woman who contracted Mers-Coronavirusm, three new cases have appeared in Abu Dhabi.
British comedian Phill Jupitus and the funnymen from "Whose Line is it Anyway?" will be performing in Dubai this April.
He's got a gig tomorrow night at the Dubai Media City amphitheater, but he's already here, Baby!
Consumer Confidence grew by 10 percent in 2013 according to the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development.
A new study by consumer group Nielson says that car sales in the Middle East will go up in the next two years.
“Budget-conscious Dubai residents are now relocating to Sharjah in a flight to affordability,” said John Stevens, managing director, Asteco.
Libya prepared to resume oil exports Tuesday following a break of more than eight months, after autonomy-seeking rebels agreed to lift their blockade of ports in the country's east.