Tuesday, June 18, 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.

Saudi’s first club–for camels!

A camel club was established for the first time in Saudi Arabia following a decree issued by King Salman. The Saudi king announced the inauguration...

Europe vacation? Beware the car hire rip-off techniques

Car hire firms are stinging holidaymakers with rip-off charges for scratches, child car seats and petrol refills, a Money Mail investigation has found. We can...

What’s it like flying Qatar Airways right now?

 Strange images of Hamad International Airport in Doha circled the world early last month. After a diplomatic row that saw Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt...

Israel Seeking Saudi Flight Deal to Bring Pilgrims to Mecca

Israel is trying to persuade Saudi Arabia to allow it to send special Hajj pilgrimage flights to Mecca, building on Trump administration efforts to strengthen cooperation...

Oman: Head for the mountains to escape the heat

Photo - Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort - Cliff Pool Villa PoolOman is getting ready to welcome GCC visitors this summer season. With...

UAE athlete killed in horror accident while training for World Championship

A paralympic javelin star has died after being struck by a metal pole as he trained for next week's World Championships. Abdullah Hayayei, 36, was...

You’re doing your weekend wrong

Just because you didn’t work last weekend doesn’t mean you had a good weekend.A weekend without email might seem like a victory - and...

Dubai airports have the fastest free wi-fi in the world!

A recent study by Speedtest - which analysed the airport Wi-Fi facilities of Asia, Europe and Africa - revealed that Dubai International Airport's free Wi-Fi access...

New Indian tax hits cargo handlers

Many cargo handlers in Bahrain have stopped accepting shipments to India after the country introduced Goods and Service Tax (GST) earlier this month. Until...

How Qatar is finding ways around the blockade

When its neighbors severed diplomatic ties and cut land, sea and air links, panic rippled through the tiny Gulf state. There was a rush to...
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