Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Motors

UAE Residents Can Fly Electric Aircrafts From October

The first electric-powered aircraft in the Middle East will be available to lease and fly by October, according to the Academy of Technical Training...

Kuwait: A Million Expats Have Driving Licenses But No Vehicles

Recent statistics issued by the interior ministry concerning the total number of expat driving licenses and vehicles compared to those of citizens showed 616,000...

Weekend hatchback fun with Volvo

Charlie Cooksey test drives the Volvo V40 Cross Country for a weekendFor many years Volvo was a brand that didn’t excite me much and...

Saudi Women Still Can’t Do Certain Things, Despite Driving Ban Lift

In a decree issued in September 2017, Saudi King Salman ruled that women would be allowed to drive cars in 2018, a move which...

Travel From Riyadh To Jeddah In Less Than 50 Minutes

Virgin Hyperloop One is likely to reveal details of its plan to link Saudi Arabia's $500-billion futuristic city, Neom, the mega Red Sea tourism...

Bahrain: Gulf Air Welcomes Second Airbus A320neo To Its Fleet

Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, today welcomed its second Airbus A320neo, which landed in Bahrain International Airport yesterday.This is the second aircraft...

Bahrain: Fatal Traffic Accidents Drop By 50%

The number of fatal traffic accidents in the Kingdom has reduced by 50% in the past five years, said the Director-General of Traffic, Brigadier...

Euro Motors introduces the brand-new 2019 BMW 3 Series Sedan

Euro Motors has officially welcomed the 2019 BMW 3 Series Sedan to its clients and lovers of sheer driving pleasure throughout the Kingdom.The seventh...

UAE: Petrol Prices Set To Increase In March

The UAE has increased petrol prices by around 4.5 per cent for the month of March, following price cuts in January and February, the...

Dubai: More Than 2,000 New Licences Issued In January

The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai has announced that it issued 2,046 new licences during January, a growth of 20% compared to...
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