Saturday, July 20, 2019

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.

Brit facing jail in Dubai for ‘brushing past man in bar’...

A BRIT tourist awaiting trial in Dubai for touching a man's hip in a bar has said "I just want to be back with...
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Emirates-Etihad possible merger?

Based in the United Arab Emirates, Emirates and Etihad have been competing fiercely to build global networks around their respective hubs in Dubai and...

UAE, Luxembourg to explore space!

Luxembourg and the UAE have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to begin bilateral cooperation in space activities, with a particular focus on the...

Qatar: Slump in tourist visits

Qatar’s tourism fell by 44.6 per cent in June compared to the same time last year. The previous month, tourism had only been down...

Kuwait plans three airports at cost of $4.77bln

The government of Kuwait plans to work on three airports in Kuwait between 2017 to 2020, reports Al-Anba daily. The first is the Kuwait...

Dubai travel guide: things that will surprise first time visitors

The food is good, and it's cheap. Thanks to a large immigrant population, including a huge influx of people from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran...

Now hail a Tesla in UAE with your Uber app

The launch of UberONE will initially see 50 brand new premium Tesla cars added to the Uber app, giving riders across Dubai the chance...

Breathtaking pictures of mountainous houses in southern Saudi Arabia

These mountainous houses located in southern Saudi Arabia are known for their strong core and great build. Rocks are primarily used for a building’s structure...

‘Open Skies’ vital to American job creation, says UAE’s US ambassador

The ‘Open Skies’ agreement between the UAE and the United States benefits both countries by creating and supporting jobs in both countries, according to...

Once Shunned as ‘Drivers,’ Saudi Women Who Fought Ban Now Celebrate

They were arrested, suspended from jobs, shunned by relatives and denounced by clerics as loose women out to destroy society. Their offense? They did...
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