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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AVIATION & AIRLINES

Passengers from around the world cross new Dubai-Prague bridge

Posted on 04/07/2010

Emirates lived up to its name as the international airline of the UAE after passengers from more than 20 countries joined its first flight to Prague. Travellers from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Malaysia, Singapore, China, South Korea - and as far afield as Australia - were amongst those on board yesterday's inaugural. The airline is providing the only daily, non-stop passenger service to Prague, capital of the Czech Republic and site of the famous Charles Bridge, ...  >>MORE

RAK Airways prepares to take to skies after halting operations

Posted on 01/07/2010

After being absent for more than a year from the UAE skies, RAK Airways will once again take off, competing with the big carriers of the UAE. Last year the airline suspended operations, battered by the economic downturn that hit the global aviation industry, causing the loss of billions of dollars. Sheikh Omar Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chairman of RAK Airways, said the conditions that caused the airline to be suspended have now "sufficiently abated." "We are now ready to make a strategic re-entry ...  >>MORE

Royal Jet continues to change face of luxury travel with sixth BBJ addition to fleet

Posted on 24/06/2010

As part of their fleet upgrade and expansion program, Royal Jet - the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company chaired by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan - has once again raised the benchmark for luxury air travel following delivery of its sixth Boeing Business Jet (BBJ). The addition of this BBJ, a special high-performance derivative of the successful Boeing 737-700, has reinforced Royal Jet's position as the world's largest independent operator of such aircraft. ...  >>MORE

GCAA signs MOU with LACAC on developing Cooperation between the two Organisations

Posted on 23/06/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority ("GCAA") and the Latin American Civil Aviation Commission ("LACAC"), signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") for sharing experiences and to develop meaningful cooperation to promote the safe, efficient and sustainable development of civil aviation in Latin America and the UAE. Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Director General of GCAA, and Jose Huepe Perez, President of LACAC, signed the MOU yesterday on the sidelines of Search '&' Rescue Forum held in ...  >>MORE

A regional approach offers best solution to address significant gaps still left in global SAR: Al Mansouri

Posted on 22/06/2010

A regional approach to provide search and rescue services offers the best solution to address the significant gaps still left in global SAR coverage and, further, can save a lot of wasted effort and resources, Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, UAE Minister of Economy and Chairman of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), said here today. The minister announced the commitment of the UAE GCAA to the establishment of a Regional Civil Aviation SAR Coordinating Committee to be established in the ...  >>MORE

ENOC Aviation refuels the inaugural flight at Al Maktoum International Airport

Posted on 22/06/2010

ENOC Aviation became the first supplier to provide jet fuel to an aircraft at the new Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali on Sunday, June 20. This aircraft was an Emirates Airline cargo flight from Hong Kong to Dusseldorf. H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman, Dubai Aviation City Corporation; Saeed Khoory, Group Chief Executive of ENOC; senior management from ENOC, and dignitaries were present at the event. When fully completed, Al Maktoum International Airport will be ...  >>MORE

Karachi becomes flydubai's newest destination

Posted on 22/06/2010

flydubai, Dubai's first low cost airline, launched its 20th destination yesterday when its inaugural flight to Karachi, the city of lights, landed earlier this morning. Ali Saif Alawani, UAE Ambassador to Pakistan, who was on board the inaugural flight, said: "The ties between the UAE and Pakistan are already strong with bilateral trade worth more than US$6 billion annually. Increasing the number of affordable, quality, direct air travel links between our countries will only serve to ...  >>MORE

Etihad launches self service kiosks at home-base

Posted on 21/06/2010

Etihad Airways continues to expand its customer ground services with the launch of dedicated self service check-in kiosks at Abu Dhabi airport's Terminal 3. Etihad customers can now also use the kiosks at Terminal 1. Customers of the UAE's national airline have access to eight kiosks in the economy check-in area of Terminal 3, and there are two kiosks in the T3 premium check-in area. To use the kiosks, customers simply key in their booking reference or e-ticket number; scan their passport; or ...  >>MORE

Emirates all set for non-stop Spain flight

Posted on 14/06/2010

Dubai is just over six weeks away from having a non-stop flight to Spain and Emirates has been taking that message to the heart of the Spanish capital. More than 70 media personnel turned up for a press conference in Madrid to hear Emirates' plans for the route ahead of a high-profile road show gala event. Richard Vaughan, Emirates Divisional Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations Worldwide; Salem Obaidalla, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations, Europe and Russian ...  >>MORE

UAE's Etihad ranked in top three airlines in the world

Posted on 09/06/2010

Etihad Airways has been ranked among the best three airlines in the world by leading economic Swiss business publication, BILANZ. The ranking comes following a survey of frequent flyers in Switzerland and after comparisons of different airlines undertaken by BILANZ journalists themselves. BILANZ also used recent international surveys such as the Skytrax ratings - in which Etihad was awarded World's Best First Class by almost 18 million air travellers worldwide - to confirm the airline's overall ...  >>MORE

Emirates orders 32 Airbus super jumbos at US$11.5 billion

Posted on 09/06/2010

Berlin - Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline placed an order with Airbus for an additional 32 A380 aircraft taking the total firm order for the iconic flagship of the 21st century to 90 super-jumbos. The order for the additional aircraft has a list price of US$11.5 billion (Dh42.2). The agreement was signed today during a ceremony at the Berlin Air Show by His Highness (H.H.) Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group and Tom ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid issues law doubling the capital of 'flydubai'

Posted on 08/06/2010

Dubai, June 8, 2010 (WAM)- Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has issued a law raising the capital of 'Flydubai' to Dh500million. Law No.13/ Year 2010 amended a preceding law (No.11/Year 2008) which had set up flydubai with a capital of Dh220. The amendment more than doubled the capital to Dh500 million to be fully paid by the government of Dubai. The law took effect from the date of issue and will be published in the Official ...  >>MORE

Emirates lands in Berlin

Posted on 08/06/2010

For the first time, the international Airline of the UAE will land in the German capital. As the world's largest A380 customer, Emirates is going to showcase the new flagship of its 147 wide-body aircraft fleet in Berlin in the presence of HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group. With its presence in Berlin, Emirates starts also the final countdown to FIFA World Cup 2010. Emirates is Official Partner of the FIFA World Cup - the world's ...  >>MORE

Etihad wins "Best In Abu Dhabi" award for environment

Posted on 03/06/2010

Etihad Airways has won the title for "Best Environmental Initiative" at the "Best in Abu Dhabi" awards 2010. The "Best in Abu Dhabi" survey is voted for by residents of the UAE's capital and are considered the people's choice awards for the best in the emirate. Etihad Airways' Head of Environmental Affairs, Linden Coppell, received the award on behalf of the airline at a ceremony at the Yas Rotana in Abu Dhabi. Ms Coppell said: "To receive the Best Environment Initiative' title is a great ...  >>MORE

flydubai celebrates a successful first 12 months

Posted on 03/06/2010

After an exciting twelve months, flydubai has reached one year in operation with almost one million passenger bookings and a staggering more than three quarters of a million passengers to date. The airline was established by the Government of Dubai in March 2008 with the aim of making travel within a four and a half hour flight radius of Dubai easier, more accessible and more affordable. flydubai's first flight took off to Beirut on June 1, 2009 and just 12 months later the airline has ...  >>MORE

Emirates delivers another match-winning performance with extra flights to South Africa for the FIFA World Cup

Posted on 03/06/2010

Players at this year's FIFA World Cup may be hoping to escape the referee's cards, but for fans desperate to experience the world's greatest sporting event, there's never been a better time to get booked. Following high demand for flights to South Africa for the final of the FIFA World Cup, fans now have more than a sporting chance of fulfilling their goal. Emirates, the official airline of the tournament, will operate a brace of flights to Cape Town and Johannesburg on Monday 12th and ...  >>MORE

Emirates looks to Abu Dhabi to recruit cabin crew

Posted on 27/05/2010

Emirates will visit Abu Dhabi this week in a bid to recruit additional cabin crew to help service the company's rapidly expanding fleet and route network. Emirates is seeking to recruit around 3,000 cabin crew this year in an effort to meet the demands of its growing fleet and route network. With a large number of Arabic speaking destinations served, Emirates is also working hard to further increase its Arabic language crew count. The airline last visited Abu Dhabi in October 2008 with over ...  >>MORE

Flydubai's Colombo service from June 23

Posted on 27/05/2010

Low-cost carrier flydubai will launch flights to Sri Lankan capital Colombo from June 23. The airline will operate four weekly flights, with tickets starting at Dh450. CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith said: "We started 2010 with a determination to add new and exciting destinations to our route network. "With our recent announcements of destinations as far apart as Istanbul, Lucknow, Colombo and Karachi, we have delivered on our promise to establish ourselves as an affordable, accessible airline with a ...  >>MORE

Flydubai routes up to 16 as Assiut operations start

Posted on 25/05/2010

Low-cost carrier flydubai began its operations to Assiut on Monday, marking the start of operations to its third Egyptian destination and sixteenth route overall. Aircraft FZ181 took off from Dubai International Airport's Terminal 2 at 12:30am and made its inaugural landing in Assiut at 3:15am local time. One of the oldest and largest towns in Upper Egypt, Assiut will now be connected to Dubai and beyond with flydubai's thrice-a-week service. Dubai's budget carrier also began flights to ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia named ‘Best Low-Cost Airline' at Business Traveller Awards Middle East

Posted on 20/05/2010

As further testimony of its operational reliability, great value services and widespread customer appeal, Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC) in the Middle East and North Africa, announced that it has been named ‘Best Low-Cost Airline' at the Business Traveller Awards Middle East. This prestigious award further strengthens Air Arabia's leadership position in the LCC sector in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and highlights its ability to consistently ...  >>MORE

205 thousand air traffic movements during the first four months of 2010, up 11.5%

Posted on 18/05/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) announced that although global air traffic movements decreased in April due to the interruption to air operations in most European airports because of ash clouds from the volcano in Iceland, UAE air traffic movements grew 10.6% in April, reaching 52.3 thousand air traffic movements, compared with 47.3 thousand in April 2009. Average growth of UAE air traffic movements in the first four months of 2010 was 11.5%, with a total of 205.7 thousand ...  >>MORE

Royal Jet launches corporate relationship programme

Posted on 18/05/2010

Companies can now take advantage of even more attractive benefits when travelling with Royal Jet with the launch of the 100 Club, a new corporate relationship programme being introduced by the Abu Dhabi-based international luxury flight services company chaired by His Excellency Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mubarak Al Nahyan. "If you factor in other airline cost implications for any regional business trip involving several senior executives, a private jet will almost always be more cost effective than ...  >>MORE

Emirates offers online visas to Dubai

Posted on 18/05/2010

Emirates has become the only Middle Eastern airline to offer 96-hour and 30-day entry visas to Dubai through its website. The feature – an extension of the online flight booking process on Emirates.com - can be accessed by Emirates ticket holders from 35 countries, the airline said in a statement. The visas to Dubai are available subject to meeting all pre-requisites defined by the Dubai Naturalisation and Residency Department (DNRD), it said. A 96-hour visa will cost $44 while a 30-day ...  >>MORE

Emirates faces UK flight disruption

Posted on 17/05/2010

An official spokesperson said Emirates Airlines is experiencing disruption to its flights as the volcanic ash cloud affects the UK airspace. Currently Manchester Airport is closed while Newcastle and Glasgow airports will be closed from 16th May 1800 GMT. Customers travelling to the UK and Europe are advised to check the status of their flight on www.emirates.com where information is updated every five minutes. Emirates is continuing to liaise with air traffic control (ATC) authorities across ...  >>MORE

Emirates ramps up preparations for Dubai-Prague bridge

Posted on 15/05/2010

Emirates airline is stepping up its preparations to launch flights to Prague, home to the famous Charles Bridge. The airline has taken its message to the Czech capital's historical centre that a non-stop bridge to Dubai is just six weeks away. Emirates already carries travellers to and from the Czech Republic on its flights to Vienna, Frankfurt and Munich. The new service, starting 1st July, will be served by an Airbus A330-200 aircraft, offering 27 seats in Business Class and 251 in ...  >>MORE

flydubai and DNRD introduce first mobile and email entry visa service to Dubai

Posted on 13/05/2010

Dubai, May 13, 2010 (WAM)- flydubai, Dubai's first low cost airline, and the Dubai Naturalisation and Residency Department (DNRD) have announced a partnership to activate a quick, easy and hassle-free service which allows travellers to collect their visas by email or mobile phone. The new service will remove much of the hassle from the visa process, and flydubai will be the launch customer for a trial period of three months. The airline will offer M-visa at no additional charge to ...  >>MORE

Emirates Group marks record profit increase in 2009-10

Posted on 13/05/2010

The Emirates Group has posted a record profit increase of 248 percent, an outstanding result in a year fraught with worldwide market instability and economic uncertainty. The 2009-10 Annual Report of the Emirates Group - comprising Emirates Airline, Dnata and their subsidiary companies was released in Dubai today at a news conference hosted by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group. Sheikh Ahmed said: It has been an exceptional year of ...  >>MORE

Flydubai adds Lucknow service to network

Posted on 12/05/2010

After nearly a year of speculations and operational issues, low-cost carrier flydubai finally announced flights to India, with the Lucknow route launching from June 2. The CEO has also confirmed with Emirates Business that the airline is looking to further strengthen its links in India. Lucknow's addition to flydubai's network sees the carrier gain a stronger foothold in the Indian Subcontinent ever since it announced flights to Karachi earlier this month. "The Indian Subcontinent is a very ...  >>MORE

Emirates announces services to Iraq

Posted on 11/05/2010

Emirates will launch flights to Baghdad from 1st July 2010. Baghdad will be Emirates' 103rd international destination and one of six new destinations to be launched by the airline this year including; Tokyo - which began on 28th March, Amsterdam, Prague, Madrid and Dakar. Iraq is the last remaining Middle Eastern destination to be frequented by Emirates. The carrier's current number of weekly Middle Eastern flights totals 197, across 10 countries. Initially Emirates will operate a thrice ...  >>MORE

Royal Jet Bags Third Consecutive Middle East Recognition

Posted on 05/05/2010

Royal Jet - the Abu Dhabi-headquartered international luxury executive flight services company chaired by His Excellency Sheikh Hamdan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan - has, for the third time in a row, been given recognition by the World Travel Awards as the Middle East's Leading Private Jet Charter operator. Receiving the award from WTA's President Graham Cooke in a ceremony held at The Address Hotel in Dubai Marina, Ahmed Al Mamari, Vice President, expressed his gratitude to the travel industry's ...  >>MORE

Etihad expects traffic to hit 7million

Posted on 04/05/2010

Etihad Airways expects to cater to seven million passengers this year from 6.3 million at the end of 2009, Chief Executive Officer James Hogan told reporters yesterday. The airline will focus on revenue maximisation and growth for the rest of the year, he said, "As we approached the first quarter of 2010, passenger numbers grew by more than 11 per cent, with growth in our first class and business class. We witnessed success with our Abu Dhabi, London and Frankfurt lounges, and expect ...  >>MORE

Emirates arrives in Amsterdam to Queen's birthday celebrations

Posted on 03/05/2010

Emirates has touched down in Amsterdam, celebrating its latest European destination while the Netherlands celebrated the Queen's Birthday. As the nation buzzed for Koninginnedag, or Queen's day, Emirates received a VIP welcome at Schiphol International Airport for its VIP delegation and other passengers aboard the inaugural flight from Dubai. Those making the 1st May trip to open Emirates' 23rd route in Europe included Salem Obaidalla, Emirates' Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, ...  >>MORE

UAE carriers set to drive regional air traffic growth

Posted on 03/05/2010

Led by UAE-based carriers, the Middle East aviation industry will continue to defy global trends with fast-paced growth in the backdrop of a robust regional economic rebound in 2010, a leading aircraft maker forecast on Sunday. Spurred by a quick economic recovery, the Middle East region will witness an air passenger traffic growth of 6.6 per cent and a cargo traffic surge of 7-8 per cent in 2010, Boeing Commercial Airplanes said in its latest Market Outlook. Backed by a predicted 2.2 per ...  >>MORE

Etihad commences non-stop flights between Abu Dhabi and Baghdad

Posted on 28/04/2010

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has commenced non-stop flights from its home base in Abu Dhabi to Baghdad, becoming the first airline in the UAE to operate to the Iraqi capital. VIP passengers on the inaugural flight, which departed from Abu Dhabi Airport at 10.00 am yesterday (April 26) included the His Excellency Abdullah Ibrahim Al-Shehhi, the UAE Ambassador to Iraq, and Dr Abdulelah Al-Jumaili, Cultural Attach and Mr Ahmed Jaber, Acting Charge ...  >>MORE

Emirates plane incident injures 20 passengers

Posted on 26/04/2010

Twenty passengers have been injured after an Emirates India-bound passenger plane flying from Dubai made an abrupt descent after hitting air turbulence. The incident, involving a Boeing 777 aircraft carrying 350 passengers on the Dubai-Kochi route, happened as the plane flew over the Indian state of Goa at 4.14am yesterday. While Indian media has reported that the plane dropped from an altitude of 20,000 ft to 5,000 ft within minutes after hitting an air pocket, Emirates says the aircraft ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways to shake off ash crisis in few days: CEO

Posted on 25/04/2010

Etihad Airways is on its way to recover from the Iceland Volcanic ash cloud which disrupted flights to and from Europe. The UAE's national carrier's operations will return to full schedule in five days, according to its CEO James Hogan. Hogan told the Emirates News Agency, WAM that Etihad Airways had formed a 200-member crisis management team to deal with the aftermath of the ash clouds, focusing mainly on the passengers stranded in the different airports, including over 2,500 passengers in ...  >>MORE

Emirates ramps up recovery operation

Posted on 25/04/2010

Emirates' recovery operation is being ramped up to help clear the backlog of passengers from around its network following the volcanic ash disruption. In addition to the extra flights that have been put on to London Gatwick over the past few days - including an additional flight today, the airline is also boosting services on its Asian routes. Two extra flights are heading to Bangkok today. Today will see an three extra services to London Gatwick - that is on top of the existing eight daily ...  >>MORE

UAE carriers have risen to the occasion

Posted on 22/04/2010

With the entire aviation sector under a cloud ever since an Icelandic volcano spewed ash into the atmosphere, there is a silver lining to this disruption. The UAE carriers have risen to the significant challenges for air passengers by providing accommodation and food for thousands of stranded travellers, commented a UAE paper. Emirates, for example, has had close to 300 flights cancelled because of the eruption, with some 80,000 travellers affected. But the airline has, at huge cost, ...  >>MORE

Etihad resumes services to the UK and Europe

Posted on 22/04/2010

Etihad Airways has announced that all scheduled flights to Europe and the UK have resumed, subject to the airports in the region remaining open. Etihad Chief Executive Officer, Mr James Hogan, said that while he welcomed the news from the UK and European authorities regarding the airspace clearance, the backlog of passengers and airport congestion would be significant. "Etihad is now accepting passengers in all destinations who have a final destination in Europe or the UK, and we are doing ...  >>MORE

Emirates Airline transports over 1,000 passengers to Germany via Zurich and Vienna

Posted on 21/04/2010

Emirates Airline transported yesterday 1,090 travellers, who stranded at the Dubai International Airports due to the volcanic ash, to Vienna and Zürich, where they will use other transport means to get to Germany. The competent aviation authorities in Germany announced reopening of four airports, including Munich, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Frankfurt, but suddenly decided to close them again. A move that prompted Emirates Airline to fly passengers in four flights to Zurich and Vienna airports ...  >>MORE

Emirates SkyCargo losing US$2m per day

Posted on 21/04/2010

Emirates SkyCargo is suffering revenue losses of up to US$2 million (Dh7.34m) a day with around 4,000 tonnes of Europe-bound cargo being delayed. A senior official told Emirates Business yesterday the cargo airline was in no position to accept cargo for shipment due to the lack of warehousing capacity. Ram Menen, Divisional Senior Vice-President, Cargo, Emirates, said: "Since Thursday, April 15, Emirates SkyCargo has not accepted any perishables or time-sensitive shipments. And at many ...  >>MORE

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Passengers from around the world cross new Dubai-Prague bridge


RAK Airways prepares to take to skies after halting operations


Royal Jet continues to change face of luxury travel with sixth BBJ addition to fleet


GCAA signs MOU with LACAC on developing Cooperation between the two Organisations


A regional approach offers best solution to address significant gaps still left in global SAR: Al Mansouri


ENOC Aviation refuels the inaugural flight at Al Maktoum International Airport


Karachi becomes flydubai's newest destination


Etihad launches self service kiosks at home-base


Emirates all set for non-stop Spain flight


UAE's Etihad ranked in top three airlines in the world


Emirates orders 32 Airbus super jumbos at US$11.5 billion


Mohammed bin Rashid issues law doubling the capital of 'flydubai'


Emirates lands in Berlin


Etihad wins "Best In Abu Dhabi" award for environment


flydubai celebrates a successful first 12 months


Emirates delivers another match-winning performance with extra flights to South Africa for the FIFA World Cup


Emirates looks to Abu Dhabi to recruit cabin crew


Flydubai's Colombo service from June 23


Flydubai routes up to 16 as Assiut operations start


Air Arabia named ‘Best Low-Cost Airline' at Business Traveller Awards Middle East


205 thousand air traffic movements during the first four months of 2010, up 11.5%


Royal Jet launches corporate relationship programme


Emirates offers online visas to Dubai


Emirates faces UK flight disruption


Emirates ramps up preparations for Dubai-Prague bridge


flydubai and DNRD introduce first mobile and email entry visa service to Dubai


Emirates Group marks record profit increase in 2009-10


Flydubai adds Lucknow service to network


Emirates announces services to Iraq


Royal Jet Bags Third Consecutive Middle East Recognition


Etihad expects traffic to hit 7million


Emirates arrives in Amsterdam to Queen's birthday celebrations


UAE carriers set to drive regional air traffic growth


Etihad commences non-stop flights between Abu Dhabi and Baghdad


Emirates plane incident injures 20 passengers


Etihad Airways to shake off ash crisis in few days: CEO


Emirates ramps up recovery operation


UAE carriers have risen to the occasion


Etihad resumes services to the UK and Europe


Emirates Airline transports over 1,000 passengers to Germany via Zurich and Vienna


Emirates SkyCargo losing US$2m per day