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ILTM Ultratravel Forum at ATM 2011 focuses on luxury offerings in...

According to a press release key travel buyers attended the ILTM Ultratravel Forum at Arabian Travel Market 2011, which focused on new range of luxury range products and attractions across the Middle East. Speaking at the Forum, Sir Rocco Forte, Founder of Rocco Forte Hotels

Throttling Up

Though increasing oil prices may see a hike in air-flight prices, UAE airlines remain positive with new destinations and A380’s in the pipeline. This year, Emirates Airlines won four awards for being the Middle East’s leading airline economy class

Airfares may rise due to high oil

Emirates keen on adding more A380s but space is an issue. ‘Anything is possible’ was the sentiment when Emirates President Tim Clarke was quizzed if airfares could climb even further if fuel prices don’t come in check soon.

Dubai airport set for global top spot

Dubai International Airport could be the busiest airport in the world for international passenger traffic in just four years’ time, and the emirate’s two major airports will welcome close to 100 million flyers a year by 2020, according to the man in charge of Dubai’s travel hubs.

Flydubai and DNRD launch unique flight booking platform

Flydubai, Dubai's first low cost airline, and DNRD have joined forces to announce a unique partnership to provide a self-service facility for customers to book and purchase their flights in one transaction. The new facility will be available at six DNRD kiosks strategically placed around Dubai

'Dubai Calendar' launched at ATM

The Dubai Events and Promotions Establishment, an agency under the Department of Economic Development, recorded another milestone with the launch of the official Dubai Calendar. The initiative was launched on May 2, 2011, at the Arabian Travel Market by His Highness Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

"Dubai was Right" says flydubai CEO

On the eve of Arabian Travel Market, Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, has paid tribute to those who continued to develop the tourism infrastructure in Dubai during the worst of the global economic crisis. Many people doubted Dubai for continuing to spend money on the development of hotels and associated tourism infrastructure at a time when people were cutting back on their travel spend

Airlines get incentives to move to new Al Maktoum airport

Dubai Airports is in talks with cargo airlines to relocate to the new Al Maktoum International Airport, which will be able to handle 250,000 tonnes of cargo when it begins operations in late June.