Turkish Airlines has reported a significant growth in the number of inbound tourists to Turkey from the GCC, with a 10.5 per cent increase in the number of GCC travellers compared to last year.
The data, which was revealed at the
Latvian airline airBaltic saw passenger numbers increase by 12 per cent in March, with 224,921 passengers flying with the airline compared to the same period a year ago.
During the first three months of 2017, airBaltic carried a t
Ras Al Khaimah, the fourth largest emirate in the UAE, welcomed 820,772 travellers in 2016, a significant increase of 10.9 per cent over visitor numbers in 2015, new data has revealed.
According to a report released by Colliers In
The Dubai World Trade Centre has recorded a significant milestone since inception, hosting 3.03 million delegates and attendees to events, said a report.
Announced by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Board of Dub
Flydubai marks its seventh year of operations in Kuwait with a record 3.4 million travellers being flown since its launch, said a report.
The airline has seen a high turnout at the Kuwaiti market and flights on the Kuwait line hav
Turkish Airlines is looking to revive its growth in passenger numbers by next year as the effects of terrorism and political turmoil wane after causing a loss in 2016, said a report.
Last year, the airline posted a net loss of 47
Visitors to the Mena region will total 195 million by 2030, growing at a rate higher than the world average, according to new figures by the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO).
The rapid development of the sector will form p
Jordan’s Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) reported a 1.6 per cent year-to-year rise in passenger numbers for the month of January, welcoming 576,912 passengers - a slight increase from the passenger numbers in January 2016.
Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, carried 18.5 million guests in 2016, up 6 per cent on figures reported in 2015.
The year 2016 proved to be another year of sustained growth for the carrier, helped by new aircraft,