Air Arabia, one of the Middle East and North Africa’s largest low-cost carrier, celebrated 15 years of successful operations which transformed the air travel industry in the wider MENA region by unveiling a new brand identity that is reflective of its innovative forward-looking and international approach.
Marriott International continues to reinforce its position as a leading hospitality company in the UAE with the expected addition of 11 new properties by year-end and a robust development outlook over the next five years.
Choice Hotels International announced the signing of a master development agreement with Equinox Ventures, a joint venture between Equinox Group and Al Tayyar Travel Group, to introduce and develop three of Choice’s most prominent brands: Clarion, Comfort and Quality across the UAE and Saudi Arabia. This announcement, its fifth EMEA market portfolio expansion in the past six months, is part of Choice’s strategy to continue to expand its brand internationally.
Dubai-based flydubai reported its Half-Year Financial Results for the reporting period to June 30.
RAK Properties, one of the UAE’s leading property development and tourism infrastructure companies, is collaborating with leading international British architectural design firm RMJM to create a unique take on outdoor entertainment on Hayat Island at Mina Al Arab, Ras Al Khaimah that aims to create a destination in which to visit and live.
Hampton by Hilton has celebrated its Middle East debut with the opening of Hampton by Hilton Dubai Airport, also marking the largest property in Hampton’s global portfolio.
Travelport has revealed the fastest-growing destinations for travellers in Kenya ahead of Kenya Association of Travel Agents’ inaugural Travel Agents Annual Convention.
The second edition of the Seatrade INFOCUS Photography Competition, held in conjunction with Seatrade Maritime Middle East - the maritime meeting place for the Middle East held biennially in Dubai –is accepting entries.
Dubai International Airport recorded its second busiest month ever surpassing the eight million passenger mark in July, according to the monthly traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports.
Monthly passenger traffic at Dubai International Airport rose by 11.7 percent numbering 6.8 million passengers compared to 6.1 million in June 2017.