In response to the increased need for pilots in the industry, Emirates Flight Training Academy signed an agreement with Boeing under which the organisations will collaborate on a comprehensive training curriculum and software infrastructure to support learning operations.
“It has been a long-time coming, but the first W Hotel in the UAE opened its doors [this June]. As a leading lifestyle hotel, it is fitting that W Dubai opens within a unique and first-of-its-kind urban resort like Al Habtoor City – Starwood’s largest hospitality project in the Middle East.
Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (TDA) gathered close to 100 tourism stakeholders for a workshop which was designed to increase collaboration and align the emirate’s promotional activities.
EmQuest, a technology provider and distributor of Sabre products for travel agents in the UAE, Africa and the Indian Ocean, has signed a three-year contract with Al Futtaim Travel. Under the agreement, Al Futtaim Travel will adopt the Sabre global distribution system
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH) has reported positive results for ECO Vision 2020, the UAE-based company’s programme aimed at reducing the consumption of energy and water by 20 percent per annum.
A construction report by TOPHOTELPROJECTS foresees 183 new hotels and 54,000 keys in the UAE. With a combined 155 properties and 47,619 rooms, Abu Dhabi and Dubai lead the way in construction with
MONA AL ABDOLI is the new vice president of legal issues at Dubai Airports. Al Abdoli takes on her new role and increased responsibilities after successfully serving as director of the organisation’s legal department.
The UAE hospitality market registered positive growth in the first half of the year, according to The H Holding Enterprise. "As the country is one of the safest destinations worldwide for tourists,
We are committed to […] make a positive and lasting contribution to society. “We are very pleased to announce a second partnership with Dubai Cares [that will see the establishment of a primary school in rural Senegal], and to continue to
Nile Air (NIA) launched four weekly flights between Al Ain International Airport and Cairo International Airport, marking the airline's first flight to the UAE. According to Mohammed Al Katheeri, acting chief operations officer,