FOLLOWING A COUPLE OF CHALLENGING YEARS, TUNISIA IS LOOKING TO DIVERSIFY ITS SELECTION BY DEVELOPING ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF TOURISM, CAPITALISING ON A RENEWED SENSE OF STABILITY.

As part of its continuous fleet expansion strategy, Kuwait Airways signed an agreement with Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance, whereby the company will provide the airline’s aircrafts with engines.

During the Dubai Airshow, Bombardier announced that it has signed a letter of intent for up to 24 CS300 aircrafts with EgyptAir.

Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Sports Academy (SFQ), has launched a sports programme for kids with special needs titled, Adapted Physical Activities, at Spectra school in Al Duhail area.

Meeting Point International and its subsidiaries had several meetings during the 37th World Travel Market that took place in London on November 06–08.

In line with Rotana Earth programme, Rotana’s global corporate sustainability platform, City Centre Rotana Doha participated in the second edition of Qatar Sustainability Week, held from October 28 to November 04.

Deliveroo and Dubai Airports have launched the region’s first airport delivery service at Dubai International Airport.

Royal Jordanian announced at this year’s Dubai Air Show, that it has selected Boeing to provide its 787 flight training.

Bahrain Cinema Company announced a record net profit of USD99 million for the nine months period ending in September this year.

Saudia is now offering guests flying to 47 international destinations the option to connect to its Wi-Fi service to experience the airline’s onboard connectivity.