Air Arabia announced strong financial results for the first half of the year (H1) ending June 30.
Iraqi Airways added a new service to Kuwait, based on schedule listing on UK-based air travel intelligence company OAG.
Kuwait and the UK signed an agreement that aims to organise air services between the two countries.
Emirates will introduce two additional flights to Lyon and one to Paris per week in August, complementing its existing schedule and providing even more choice and convenience to travellers to and from France.
Ghaith Mohammed Al Darmaki has been appointed senior vice president of the IT department for Oman Air.
Dubai-based carrier flydubai announced that the loyalty programme of Emirates airline, Emirates Skywards, will become the loyalty programme for both airlines.
Royal Jordanian (RJ) leased three aircraft for a limited period in response of the remarkable growth in demand on bookings during the peak summer season.
Oman Air recently exhibited at Philippines Travel Agencies Association (PTAA) Travel Tour Expo and Thai International Travel Fair (TITF) to showcase its latest news and products.
Figures revealed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) showed that Middle East airlines will see net profits doubling to USD600 million in 2018, double what they are estimated to make this year.