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ACI and IATA Outline Roadmap for Aviation Industry Restart

Airports Council International (ACI) World and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have called on governments to ensure any new measures introduced for airports...

Air Arabia and Etihad Risking the Success of Joint Venture Low-cost...

Following the announcement that Air Arabia and Etihad will not delay the launch of the joint venture low-cost carrier in Q2 2020 Amber Barnes, Travel and Tourism...

UAE Suspends All Inbound, Outbound Passenger Flights, Transit of Airline Passengers...

The National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, NCEMA, and the General Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, have decided to suspend all inbound and outbound...

Most Loved Travel and Hospitality Brands of 2018

Social media plays an extensive role in how customers feel about travel and hospitality brands, and where they choose to spend their vacation time....

Emirates To Hold Open Days for Recruiting Cabin Crew in Dubai

Emirates is looking for motivated and service-oriented candidates to join its multinational cabin crew team. The airline will be organising Open Days for cabin...

Three Regional Airlines to Add 650 New Passenger Planes

The three major regional airlines – Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways – are poised to expand their fleet by almost 650 new planes, according...

Asia-Pacific region saw highest passenger traffic on annual basis

India Sees Highest Domestic Market Growth in 2015 Among the world’s largest domestic markets, India had the fastest domestic passenger growth in 2015. With annual...

The Most Wi-Fi Friendly Airlines in the World

Today Wi-Fi is one of the most sought-after extras on a flight and here’s some great news – Wi-Fi availability on airplanes is improving...

World’s Best Airlines for 2014 Unveiled

Last year, Dubai’s Emirates was chosen World’s Best Airline, but in 2014, it falls to the fourth place after over 18 million airline passengers...

RAK Airways suspends operations

UAE’s RAK Airways announced the suspension of all operations starting January 1st 2014 and until further notice. In a written statement today, the airline...

Middle East Airlines to Reach Profits of $1.5 billion in 2013

Middle East Airlines are expected to report higher profits this year, according to IATA’s latest report. Carriers in the region are predicted to make...

World Travel Awards opens voting for Asia, Australasia

Online voting for 2013 has now opened and the organizers of the awards are encouraging both trade and consumers to submit votes in order...

Airlines to Welcome 3.6 Billion Passengers in 2016

China Accounts for Nearly One in Four Additional Passengers The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released an industry traffic forecast showing that airlines expect to...

IATA Predicts Better Profits for Global Airlines

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has raised its profits forecast for global airlines in 2012 by a third to $4.1bn, due to efficiencies...

Middle East carriers don’t follow global trends

Middle East carriers enjoyed traffic growth at 11.2 per cent year-over-year, even though this was lower than the 12.4 per cent increase in capacity....

Middle East carriers expected to post lower profits in 2012

Middle East carriers are expected to post a $300 million profit, less than half the previously forecast $700 million profit, as long-haul market conditions deteriorate, in particular those linked to the weak European economies.

Demand for Middle East carriers rose 9.7% above last year’s level

According to a comment on the July air traffic statistics released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) on 4th September 2011, demand for...