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Sunday, January 26, 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.

Around 40,000 Driver Licenses Issued To Saudi Women

More than 40,000 driver licenses have been issued to women in Saudi Arabia since the ban on women driving was lifted on June 24,...

Saudis now having to find ‘low status’ jobs

Government cuts to oil-funded subsidies and high unemployment has lead to locals being prepared to do more manual work for extra cash.Blue-collar occupations are...

Bahrain: Work Started to Improve Traffic Signals On Key Highway

Bahraini authorities have started the implementation of Phase One of development works to improve traffic signals on Shaikh Jabir Al Ahmad Al Sabah Highway.Advanced...

Shangri-La – Your Hong Kong ‘Home-From-Home’

Upon entering the Arrivals Hall at Hong Kong’s International Airport, a smartly dressed representative from Shangri-La was waiting to whisk us away in a...

Travel agencies can now issue Saudi tourist visas

JEDDAH/RIYADH: Travel agencies in category D can now issue visas for tourists and for educational or medical treatment purposes inside and outside the Kingdom. The...

BMW M850i Coupe xDrive – The Large German Sports Coupe GT

This is one of the most beautiful cars on the road, especially with the top down. Looking at this car it’s hard to imagine...

GCC Expects 2.9 Million Chinese Tourists By 2022

The number of Chinese tourists travelling to the GCC is expected to rise by 81 percent from 1.6 million in 2018 to 2.9 million...

World’s First Commercial Flying Car Hits The Market

Flying cars have flitted across the edges of our futuristic dreams for almost as long as cars have existed. The ” world’s first commercial flying...

Emirates Set To Launch World’s First ‘Biometric Check-In’

Emirates is set to launch the world’s first “biometric path” at Dubai International Airport, making the airport experience easier and faster for passengers, the...

Qatar Airways ‘suffers huge loss’

Dubai: Qatar Airways will suffer a large loss because of restrictions imposed by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt, its chief executive officer...
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