Security continues to play an increasingly important role as airports remain keen to accelerate their outputs, minimise disruption and ensure better customer experience.
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.
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, on November 19, AccorHotels honoured everyday heroes including firefighters, nurses, teachers, small businesses and residents who serve their communities, by inviting them to attend celebratory events, at 2,000 establishments around the world, including over 140 hotels in the Middle East and Africa.
H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, announced the need for assistive technology which helps people of determination, empowering and enabling them to function independently, in order to reach the maximum number of people with disabilities ahead of AccessAbilities Expo, held from November 7 – 9.
QATAR’S TOURISM INDUSTRY IS UNDERGOING A PERIOD OF RAPID TRANSFORMATION. DYAN ANDRADO, MANAGER, MANNAI HOLIDAYS, DESCRIBES WHAT MAKES THE COUNTRY UNIQUE AND REVEALS SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS THAT TRAVELLERS HAVE TO LOOK FORWARD TO.
Over 100 AccorHotels properties are in operation across the Middle East, with the group having opened 12 hotels in this year alone.
According to STR’s August 2017 Pipeline Report, the Middle East reported 98,027 rooms in 309 projects were in construction during the month, a year-on-year increase of 17.2 percent in terms of guestrooms.