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Emirates is working together with Seeing Machines, an industry leader in computer vision-based technologies, to use advanced gaze tracking technology to better understand how pilots interact and monitor instruments during certain identified real-time procedures that could potentially pose safety risks.

Emirates Park Zoo and Resort has launched its new curriculum-based school programmes, an individual single-day experience, designed according to UK, US, Indian, UAE and European syllabi standards.

Cleartrip, a mobile and online travel company in the Middle East, announced the integration of Apple Pay on its mobile application.

Sharjah Girl Guides organised workshops for seven to 11 years olds, to help young girls develop key language and communication skills.

H.E. Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, vice chairman, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy, called upon the youth in the UAE and around the world to become part of the global efforts towards reaching a green economy, at the Youth Dialogue - Going Green: Practical or unrealistic for today’s youth held on October 24 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Etihad Airways has received the fourth Boeing 787-9 from Goshawk on long-term lease, with the transaction also involving an innovative structured pre-delivery payments financing facility for the four aircraft.

According to the Airbus Global Market Forecast the fleet size of operators in the Middle East is forecast to grow more than double from 1,250 to 3,320 aircraft over the next two decades.

Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) will be featured at the Sharjah International Book Fair which is being held from November 01–11 at Sharjah Expo Centre, with the theme A World Inside My Book.

On November 04, Nikki Beach Dubai, the modern property located on Pearl Jumeira will host its annual White Party.

The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced its participation in the A Day without Service Centres initiative which will see the Chamber only accept payments through smart channels on October 26.