Sunday, November 17, 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...

Bahrain Airport Buys ‘Green’ Towing Tugs Worth BD1 Million

Bahrain Airport Services Company (BAS), the sole provider of ground services at the kingdom's airport, has embarked on a gradual transition to the Green...

Salalah Air set to launch Oman’s first flying taxis

Salalah Air, Oman’s first private airline, plans to launch charter jet services in the Sulatanate. The company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with...

New McLaren GT debuts in the Kingdom of Bahrain

McLaren Automotive, the British creator of luxury, high-performance sportscars and supercars, has revealed the new McLaren GT at an exclusive event held in the...

Porsche Panamera GTS 2019 – Conquering the Track

Gulf Insider spends a day in Bahrain with the 2019 Porsche Panamera GTS. In late 2016 we were pleased to review the much revamped Panamera,...

International transit passenger jailed in Dubai on false accusation

A BRITISH airline passenger en route from London to Johannesbury claims she was arrested in Dubai after cabin crew on her Emirates flight accused her...

Bahrain Airshow – A $5 billion Success With 30,000 Visitors

Bahrain International Airshow ended on a successful note with record-breaking participation - 187 countries attended the fifth edition - and also signing of deals worth $5...

Saudi: Air India flight returns to Jeddah from midair

An Air India plane was forced to return to the airport here on Sunday after developing a technical snag in mid-air. The indirect flight...

British Airways will use Qatar Airways planes and crew during strike

British Airways will use Qatar Airways planes and crew to fly all its passengers to their destinations during a planned two-week strike by some...

Switzerland considers making it illegal to force women to wear a...

The Swiss government has proposed making it illegal to force a woman to cover her face with a religious veil. The law would see anyone found...
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