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Emirates slashes fares on routes to US, rekindling Open Skies tension

Emirates is cutting fares on US routes in a move likely to stoke fresh tensions with American rivals. It comes just two days after Emirates...

Emirates launching new Newark, NJ, service via Athens

Emirates on Monday announced that it will be launching a new daily service from Dubai to Newark Liberty International Airport via Athens on March...

Dubai Airshow: Boeing’s latest military surveillance aircraft may be in UAE...

The UAE could be among the countries in the region to receive military aircraft for maritime surveillance in 2015.

13th Edition Of The Dubai Airshow Takes Place 17 To 21...

The 13th edition of the Dubai Airshow takes place 17 to 21 December 2013 and is moving to a brand new purpose built home at Dubai World Central (DWC), located in Jebel Ali, Dubai. The international aerospace show is continuing to grow - the last edition drew 960 exhibitors from 50 countries up by 8% on 2009 and 56,548 visitors which also saw an increase of 7%.

Dubai Airports campaign wins award

It was a viral YouTube video that led Dubai Airports to be a winner at the first ever Travel + Leisure Social Media in Travel & Tourism Awards. Announced in New York on Thursday, Dubai Airports won in the ‘best use of a social media platform’ category for international airports.

Airport Show 2012's growth reflects huge expansion prospects of the regional...

The Airport Show's 2012 edition looks all set to feature a significant growth in the number of participants despite the economic crisis in the world, thereby reflecting the importance of the region on the world aviation map.

Emirates’ Dubai World Central move targeted for 2025

Expansion to continue at existing facility to cater for flag carrier's growth ahead of move to city's new international airport. Dubai International airport will remain home for Emirates for a further 15 years, as infrastructure developments will extend its capacity by 20% to 90 million passengers.

New Children's Activities for Flights with Etihad

It has been revealed by the United Arab Emirates' leading airline Etihad that they are to offer new children's activity kids on all flights over an hour and a half in length.

Rapid growth of Middle East airlines unlikely to continue

Despite their current sizable orderbooks, the growth of leading Middle East airlines is likely to slow down gradually, according to a senior Boeing executive.

Dubai Customs foils attempt to smuggle in counterfeit dollars

The Dubai Customs has foiled a bid to smuggle in Dh206,000 counterfeit banknotes, in a case of coded carbon dollar operation, at the Dubai International Airport, Terminal-1.