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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

    Travel

    Latest updates on GCC travel and tourism with enhanced tourist destinations and entry of visitors into the GCC with updates in the aviation sector.

    UAE: Ministry denies rumors about ‘another lockdown’

    A tweet attributed to the UAE's Ministry of Interior (MoI) warning about "another lockdown" is fake, the MoI has clarified. Taking to...

    Travel in a post-covid world – Adnan Gilitwala, Dadabhai Travel, Bahrain

    Gulf Insider interviews Adnan Gilitwala, Director of Dadabhai Travel.What would you say is your leadership style,and how has...

    Dubai: Iconic floating hotel to reopen on October 1

    One of the city’s most iconic hotels is set to open its doors next month, ending its six-month closure since the COVID-19 pandemic...

    Saudi Arabia suspends travel from three countries including India

    Saudi Arabia on Wednesday suspended air travel to and from India, Brazil and Argentina, in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    COVID-19 in Bahrain: Why should you stay home?

    On September 17, Bahrain reported 841 new cases, the highest ever daily increase since the beginning of pandemic. Previously, the highest daily...

    Dubai Safari Park to welcome visitors from October 5

    Dubai Safari Park will start welcoming visitors starting October 5, 2020, it was announced today.The opening follows the...

    Bahrain: Rooftop cafe shut for violating health protocols

    The Inspection Department at the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism shut a rooftop cafe for serving food and drinks to expatriate...

    Emirates to resume flying to 15 African destinations by October

    Emirates will resume normal flights to 15 destinations in Africa, starting with Luanda in Angola from Oct. 1, the airline said in...

    Bahrain denies reports on allowing return of stranded expats

    Bahrain has denied reports that it has allowed the return of foreign residents still stuck abroad due to travel restrictions prompted by...

    India-Bahrain agree to operate ‘air bubble’ flights

    An agreement between India and Bahrain to operate flights via an "air-bubble" has been finalised.The Indian Embassy on...

    Oman to develop tourist site in Khasab for OMR 9 million

    The Muscat National Development Company (ASAAS) will develop the Bassa tourist site in Khasab at a cost of OMR 9 million.

    Etihad Airways launches global COVID-19 insurance

    Etihad Airways is introducing COVID-19 global wellness insurance cover as part of Etihad Wellness, the airline's new health and hygiene program.

    Four Saudi cities among 100 most popular destinations in the...

    Four Saudi cities were among the 100 most popular destinations in the world, according to Visual Capitalist.Mecca was...

    Saudi: New rules for building permits issued

    Saudi Arabia has introduced new regulations for awarding building permits to contractors, requiring them first to register with their authorized body in...

    UAE: Nurseries, childcare centers to reopen

    Nurseries and childcare centers in the UAE can reopen as long as all precautionary measures are followed, the Ministry of Education and...

    Bahrain launches first-of-a-kind Boeing 737-700 Flexcombi™ multiple purpose aircraft

    Texel Air, an established private airline and MRO based in the Kingdom of Bahrain, announces the arrival of the latest addition to...

    Bahrain: Two men arrested for selling drugs

    Police arrested two men aged 28 and 34 years for allegedly selling narcotic substances worth around 30 thousand dinars in the Kingdom.

    India-Bahrain in talks to operate ‘air bubble’ flights

    India is negotiating with Bahrain and 12 other countries to establish separate air bubble arrangements for international flight operations.

    Emirates to serve all ‘network destinations’ by summer 2021

    Dubai-based airline Emirates expects to resume flights to all “network destinations” by summer 2021, its chief operating officer said Thursday, after the...

    Jeddah-London flights to resume from August 22

    Flights between Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport and London’s Heathrow Airport will resume on Aug. 22 primarily for British nationals who wish to return...
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