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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AVIATION & AIRLINES

Aviation industry in UAE experiencing huge growth

Posted on 26/06/2004

There is a huge growth and investments in the Middle East Airline industry. Last year, three new airlines were launched in the UAE alone. According to the World Tourism Organisation's Tourism 2020 vision report, by the year 2020, the Middle East will witness 69 million international arrivals. The future of UAE's aviation industry seems to be bright, as the ACI traffic statistics have ranked Dubai International Airport as the fastest growing airports in the world. In 2003, Dubai ...  >>MORE

Saud inaugurates Gulf Air's Abu Dhabi-RAK flight

Posted on 26/06/2004

The Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, inaugurated last Thursday at the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport Gulf Air's Abu Dhabi-Ras Al Khaimah flight in a special ceremony held to mark the occasion. The schedule flight, the first internal flight to be run by an international airline, involves five scheduled flights per week from the Abu Dhabi International Airport. In a statement, Sheikh Salim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Ras Al ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways launches its first flight to Geneva

Posted on 24/06/2004

Geneva International Airport, yesterday witnessed the arrival of the first flight of Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. Geneva Airport authorities held a ceremony on the occasion, which was attended by Sheikh Fahim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Minister of Economy and Commerce and Mohammed Hussain Al Shaali, UAE Permanent Representative to Geneva-based UN Headquarters in Europe. Dr. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan, Board Chairman of Etihad Airlines said that the Swiss ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia adds Jeddah to its destination list

Posted on 21/06/2004

Air Arabia yesterday made its inaugural flight to the Saudi Arabian Port City of Jeddah with the airline's Chairman Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al-Thani, CEO Adel Ali, members of the press and other officials accompanying the flight. The new route is in response to the region's growing travel market and the increasing demand for flights to more destinations. Air Arabia LLC, UAE's national airline and first low-cost airline of its kind in the Middle East & North Africa region, will make other ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways in talks with Airbus, Boeing for new aircraft

Posted on 20/06/2004

Munich: Etihad Airways, the UAE's national airline, is in talks with Airbus and Boeing for new aircraft to meet its target of 50 aircraft by 2010, the airline's chief said. In a related development, the ongoing US$600 million expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport is likely to see some changes to meet the future needs of Etihad Airways. "Both (Airbus and Boeing) have different aircraft and we are still discussing it," Sheikh Dr Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan told Gulf News. "We are looking at ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways launched Abu Dhabi/Munich route

Posted on 19/06/2004

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, launched in Munich yesterday its schedule flight to Munich from Abu Dhabi in a special ceremony attended by a number of civil aviation personalities and staff, as well as airline companies and stakeholders in airline business. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan, Etihad Airways Board Chairman, who launched the new flight route, reiterated in a keynote address the significance of Munich, which he described as the gateway to the heart ...  >>MORE

Emirates honours top GCAA officials

Posted on 17/06/2004

Emirates has honoured top officials of the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) for their support of the airline's lead in promoting aviation training in the Middle East. Emirates' Chairman, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum presented Awards of Appreciation to Mohammed Al Ghaith, Director General – GCAA, and Ahmed Al Haddabi, Director Flight Safety - GCAA. The Emirates Aviation College – Academic & Aerospace studies, located close to Dubai International Airport, recently ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airlines doubles its flights to London

Posted on 16/06/2004

The UAE national carrier Etihad yesterday announced that it was going to double its flights to London by 50% to increase the total of its weekly flights to 15. A statement by the Airline said that flights would be scheduled as day and night flights to give more choice to passengers. The new schedule will be effective from October 26 with the start of Al Etihad's winter season schedule. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM) ...  >>MORE

Emirates reconfigures eight Airbus A340-300 aircraft

Posted on 16/06/2004

Emirates engineers have successfully completed one of the most ambitious and extensive aircraft reconfiguration projects they have ever undertaken. Its timely completion has helped the airline to expand and offer extra capacity to meet growing demand. Emirates signed a lease agreement for a fleet of eight Airbus 340-300 jets in September. The reconfiguration required the removal of the entire cabin and cockpit furnishings and avionics instruments and stripping the aircraft to bare metal. ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia starts flights to Saudi Arabia

Posted on 13/06/2004

Air Arabia on Saturday announced plans to fly to three destinations within Saudi Arabia from June 20. Air Arabia Chairman Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al Thani said in a news release issued on Saturday: "We are pleased to announce the start of operations to Riyadh, Jeddah and Damman from June 20. Flights from Sharjah to each of the three cities will be scheduled twice a week. Dammam flights will depart from Sharjah every Monday and Thursday at 10.30am with arrival at 10.45am local time; ...  >>MORE

Emirates and Airservices Australia ink deal

Posted on 12/06/2004

Airservices Australia and Emirates airline have signed a long-term strategic partnership agreement to deliver operational efficiencies within Australian airspace and develop a closer international business association. Bernie Smith, chief executive officer of Airservices Australia and Tim Clark, president Emirates Airline, sealed the deal at the Emirates head office in Dubai, on the third and final day of the Airport Build and Supply Exhibition. The main objective of the partnership ...  >>MORE

Airlines to raise fuel surcharge

Posted on 09/06/2004

Airlines will increase their fuel surcharge from the current Dh65 and Dh130 to Dh100 and Dh200 on one-way and return tickets respectively, effective June 16. A proposal in this regard was put forward by the members of the Board of Airline Representatives (BAR) meeting held on Monday. BAR Chairman Hamad Obaidalla yesterday issued a circular confirming the increase which has been sent to all airlines. In the circular, Obaidalla stated: "In the capacity of the chairman of the BAR, I hereby ...  >>MORE

Dubai invests Dh110b in aviation sector

Posted on 09/06/2004

Dubai's ongoing investment in the aviation sector is set to cross Dh110 billion (US$30 billion), including aircraft purchases and development of the aviation infrastructure, said a senior government official at the Airport Build and Supply Conference yesterday. This includes aircraft purchases worth Dh95 billion (US$26 billion) and Dh15 billion (US$4.1 billion) for airport development. Khalifa Suhail Al Zaffin, director for engineering projects at the Department of Civil Aviation, told ...  >>MORE

Statue of Liberty taking shape on 21st Century Tower in Dubai

Posted on 08/06/2004

The Statue of Liberty taking shape on the 21st Century Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road. Dubai-bound commuting drivers battling traffic in the morning rush hour on Sheikh Zayed Road, as well as visitors on sightseeing excursions have wondered for days about the twin cradles working round-the-clock on the bright, gleaming windows of the elegant 21st Century Tower. The huge jigsaw puzzle gradually nearing completion on shiny glass is well on its way to turn into Emirates Airline's landmark ...  >>MORE

Emirates to launch new flights

Posted on 07/06/2004

Emirates will soon launch new flights to Toronto, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires, Maurice Flanagan, Emirates vice-chairman and group president, said in New York recently. More than 450 VIPs, including a former astronaut, government officials and business, travel and community leaders, thronged a stylish gala dinner here to celebrate the first Emirates passenger service to New York. The astronaut was Colonel Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin, who became the second man to set foot on the Moon. ...  >>MORE

Gulf Traveller results surpass projections as one year flies by

Posted on 07/06/2004

Gulf Traveller, the full service all economy subsidiary of Gulf Air celebrated its successful inaugural year on June 1. 'With average loads in excess of 70 percent, Gulf Traveller has achieved much better results than our confident projection,' said James Hogan, Gulf Air President and Chief Executive. 'Since its establishment in June 2003, the successful division has contributed significantly to Gulf Air's strengthened financial position and strong performance.' Gulf Traveller should not be ...  >>MORE

Etihad begins service to Geneva, Munich

Posted on 06/06/2004

Etihad Airways yesterday launched its first service to continental Europe when Flight EY 323 took off as scheduled from Abu Dhabi to Geneva and Munich, a move likely to bolster economic ties between the UAE and the two European countries. Dr Sheikh Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan, Chairman of Etihad Airways, who presided over the opening ceremony, said the three times per week service to Geneva with its onward connection to Munich is a major development for the young airline in its role as a ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia awaits green signal to operate flights to South Asia; Opens branded travel shop in Sharjah

Posted on 06/06/2004

Air Arabia, the first low-cost airline in the region, is fully geared to start operating flights to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Earlier, Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani, chairman, inaugurated the airline's Travel Shop. Several more travel shops will be opened in the UAE over the next few weeks. These branded shops will exclusively cater to the needs of Air Arabia's customers whether they are direct customers or travel agents offering only Air Arabia destinations and packages. The ...  >>MORE

Emirates in talks for more flights to Pakistan

Posted on 06/06/2004

Emirates airline is negotiating with the Pakistani authorities to win higher flight frequencies to destinations there. "We are optimistic about getting these rights, since we follow an 'open skies' policy in Dubai," said Adnan Kazim, deputy chairman of the airline at the Pakistan branch. The airline currently operates 36 flights to Pakistan every week. Kazim noted that the carrier continues to fare well, with profits having surged 30 per cent to US$476 million. The official was addressing a ...  >>MORE

UAE becomes leading aviation hub

Posted on 05/06/2004

Dubai will host on Monday the Airport Build and Supply Exhibition with over 250 firms from 25 countries expected to showcase their products. The 2004 Airport Build & Supply Exhibition will be the fourth edition of the Middle East's only specialised professional forum for the selection and pre-qualification of suppliers and contractors for the region's airport development programmes. The event is patronised by Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President, Dubai Civil Aviation Department and ...  >>MORE

Emirates unveils plan to tap US$ 2 billion in new US bound lines

Posted on 05/06/2004

Emirates Airline (EA) is set to tap US$2billion in new non-stop routes to San Francesco, Chicago, Houston and Washington, it was announced on Wednesday. Maurice Flanagan, Vice Chairman & Emirates Group President, made the announcement at a news conference held at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York, a day after the Dubai government-owned airlines launched its new daily flight between Dubai and the US financial capital city of New York. "The present spectacular progress of Dubai continues to ...  >>MORE

Gulf Air named as the most improved airline

Posted on 03/06/2004

Gulf Air was on Wednesday named winner of the Excellence in Quality Improvement category of the 2004 Skytrax Airline Excellence Awards, the world's largest survey of passenger attitudes towards airlines. Skytrax, which polled the views of 10,821,215 air travellers between June 2003 and March 2004, made the award to Gulf Air in recognition of, "the dramatic changes that have been achieved in the last two years, and the manner with which Gulf Air is now re-establishing as a force across the ...  >>MORE

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin takes Emirates' first flight to America

Posted on 02/06/2004

The world's second man to set foot on the moon, in the first-ever such space mission took off on Emirates' non-stop first flight to New York, according to a press release from the Emirates Airline. Astronaut Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin and mission commander Neil Armstrong walked into the history books when they climbed down the ladder of their Apollo XI lunar lander on 20th July, 1969. On 1st June 2004, Colonel Aldrin travelled on board Emirates' Airbus A340-500 from Dubai to New York with Emirates' ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways adds extra flight to Damascus

Posted on 29/05/2004

Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, has announced it will begin an extra flight to Damascus, Syria. The four-times per week direct service to Damascus, Syria and Amman, Jordan is effective June 11, 2004. The new direct flight will operate on Fridays, providing needed capacity on this important and popular route. Flights will now leave Abu Dhabi for Damascus at noon on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Etihad Airways first began service to Damascus on ...  >>MORE

Forget the ticket, just fly Emirates

Posted on 25/05/2004

Emirates rolled out its new global electronic ticketing system last week, ushering in coupon-free travel and enabling passengers to book and fly on very short notice. The system lets customers book e-tickets from Dubai to any of Emirates' 75 other destinations, as well as from another 26 cities in 19 countries, namely: Australia, New Zealand, USA, Turkey, UK, Cyprus, Germany (Düsseldorf and Munich), Greece, India (Mumbai), Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia opens Travel Shop in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 24/05/2004

Sharjah based Air Arabia yesterday opened its first travel shop in Abu Dhabi. "As the capital city and commercial centre, Abu Dhabi is an important market for us where we wish to offer our customers the airline's package of services to various destinations,” said Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani, the Chairman of Air Arabia during who cut the ceremonial ribbon to mark the opening. In addition to Dubai and Al Ain, Air Arabia will soon extend its new coach service to Abu Dhabi for travel to ...  >>MORE

Etihad secures traffic rights to India and Philippines

Posted on 21/05/2004

Abu Dhabi: The heat of competition over the Gulf-Subcontinent skies is set to intensify as Etihad Airways makes its debut into the lucrative Indian and Philippines markets, thus building its route network along with fleet expansion. Etihad secured traffic rights to India and the Philippines just as the airline is about to start flights to Munich and Geneva early next month. "India is a key market for the airline, which plans to fly to other destinations in the country. We will continue ...  >>MORE

Emirates signs US$108m deal for A340-500 plane

Posted on 19/05/2004

Emirates airline has signed a contract worth US$108 million with a number of international banks to finance the purchase of an A340-500 long-range Airbus. The new aircraft will be the fifth Airbus A340 in the Emirates fleet. The aircraft will be used for the service of long-distance destinations, including the non-stop flights from Dubai to New York, which will be launched on June 1. An Emirates official explained that the deal, which is arranged by three major international banks, is a proof ...  >>MORE

Giving wings to piloting dreams

Posted on 18/05/2004

Khalid Mohammed Obaid Al Antari, a national serviceman, is set to become the country's first locally trained helicopter pilot. Al Antari is among 38 national trainees undergoing intensive training at the Horizon International Flight Academy in Al Ain. He has so far completed 11 hours of solo flights out of a total 35 hours required to qualify for the UAE Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)."It was a moment of excitement and joy when I went for the solo flight," said Al Antari sitting in a Bell ...  >>MORE

Austrian President receives Ahmed bin Saeed

Posted on 15/05/2004

Austrian President Thomas Klestil received in Vienna yesterday Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Civil Aviation Department and Chairman of the Emirates Group. During the meeting, Sheikh Ahmed conveyed to President Klestil the greetings of H.H. President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and H.H. Sheikh Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai. Sheikh Ahmed arrived in Vienna yesterday to open a new Emirates route to Vienna. For his ...  >>MORE

Emirates celebrates new Dubai-Vienna non-stop link

Posted on 12/05/2004

Emirates Airline yesterday launched its 76th route, linking Dubai and Vienna non-stop for the first time. Top executives from the award-winning airline flew to Vienna with a group of Dubai-based media representatives to brief the Viennese press on the new route and Emirates' plans, and host a VIP gala dinner. The visitors were led by Ghaith Al Ghaith, Emirates' Executive Vice-President Commercial Operations Worldwide, and Keith Longstaff, Senior Vice-President Commercial Operations Europe. Al ...  >>MORE

Gulf Air ahead of target and close to break-even

Posted on 12/05/2004

Gulf Air has revealed ambitious plans to launch flights to North America as figures released yesterday confirmed the strength of its recovery from near financial oblivion. The troubled airline's main focus in the early stages of its turnaround plan launched about 18 months ago had been survival. Confirmation yesterday that it is ahead of target and close to break-even - losses last year were slashed by 51.1 per cent - shows it has made impressive progress. "Yes, the plan to offer flights to ...  >>MORE

Airlines to raise fuel tax on cargo

Posted on 10/05/2004

Airlines companies operating in the UAE will from May 16, raise fuel tax on cargo operations from the UAE to the rest of the world by 36 per cent at 55-75 fils per kilogramme. In the Middle East region and the Indian peninsula the fuel tax will be raised on the same date by 17 per cent at 30-35 fils per kilogramme. Sources say that in accordance with the laws regulating Airlines functions, the concerned companies have the right to raise fuel taxes when fuel indices climbed to over 190 points ...  >>MORE

Gulf Air launches flights to RAK

Posted on 09/05/2004

Gulf Air has announced the introduction of flights between Ras al-Khaimah and Abu Dhabi. The flights, operating on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, will give residents of the Northern Emirates greater travel flexibility and better connectivity to the extensive Gulf Air network and provide convenient transit times onward from Abu Dhabi to Europe, Asia and the subcontinent, according to a report in "Gulf News.” With the addition of the Ras Al Khaimah flights, Gulf Air not only offers the only ...  >>MORE

Helicopter pilot training school makes it mark on UAE sky

Posted on 04/05/2004

The first 38 students from the UAE Armed Forces and UAE Interior Ministry will graduate from Horizon International Flight Academy in Al Ain in September 2004 as civil licensed helicopter pilots. They will have completed their UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Commercial Pilot's Licence (CPL) to a standard equivalent to the European Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) standard, which is an internationally recognized standard, according to a report in the UAE Offsets Group bulletin UOG News. ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia completes 6 months of service

Posted on 02/05/2004

Air Arabia, UAE's national airline and first low-cost airline of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa region, has completed six months of its operation in a challenging civil aviation market, said a press release from the airline. By introducing a unique concept of travel in the region, Air Arabia aims to provide safe, efficient and cost-effective air travel, said the release. "It has been an exciting six months for Air Arabia with our value proposition of enabling people who have ...  >>MORE

Emirates Group posts Dh1.75 billion in profit

Posted on 29/04/2004

The Emirates Group, which comprises Emirates Airlines and DNATA and associated companies, has raked in Dh 1.75 billion in profit in 2003, a 67 per cent increase from the preceding year. The Group's President, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, who is also Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Department, described, at a press conference today, the financial results of his Group for the year ending on March 31 as record setting and the highest in its history. "A Dh 329-million portion of the profit ...  >>MORE

New routes to boost Emirates' bottomline

Posted on 26/04/2004

Innovative route planning as well as intelligent resource management is helping Emirates break new ground as it prepares to announce its annual results for the financial year that ended on March 31. The airline, one of the fastest growing carriers in the world, has an orderbook of 71 aircraft involving US$19 billion in investment. Last year, Emirates Group announced a profit of US$285.7 million (Dh1.048 billion) on revenues of US$2.79 billion (Dh10.24 billion), carrying 8.5 million passengers ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi Aviation posts Dh11.2m quarterly profit

Posted on 26/04/2004

Abu Dhabi Aviation earned a net profit of Dh11.29 million in the first quarter of 2004, a modest increase over the same period last year, the company results showed. The increase comes on the back of higher sales revenues that totalled Dh68.53 million during the first quarter as against Dh54.75 million for the corresponding period last year. Earnings per share rose to Dh2.90 versus Dh2.82 for the period under review. Operating and administrative expenses totalled Dh60.17 million (Dh46.14 ...  >>MORE

Etihad selects Rolls engines to power its twinjets

Posted on 24/04/2004

Etihad Airways has selected Rolls-Royce Trent 772 engines to power two of its leased Airbus A330-200 twinjets. The two aircraft will be delivered in May and September 2005. The selection of the Trent 700 powered A330-200 aircraft is a significant step by the airline in establishing its long-term aircraft fleet plan, a statement from Rolls Royce said. Etihad Airways becomes the 28th Trent 700 customer. A total of 175 Rolls-Royce powered A330s have been ordered, resulting in the engine's ...  >>MORE

Emirates set to launch non-stop New York flights

Posted on 19/04/2004

Emirates, confirmed yesterday that it will launch its first passenger service from North America to the Middle East on June 1. The airline also provided the American news media with an exclusive peek at a first in commercial air travel: its fully enclosed US$175,000 First Class Suite. The new daily non-stop A340-500 service from New York (JFK) to Dubai (U.A.E.) was announced yesterday by Ghaith al Ghaith, Emirates' Executive Vice President Commercial Operations Worldwide, during a media ...  >>MORE

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Aviation industry in UAE experiencing huge growth


Saud inaugurates Gulf Air's Abu Dhabi-RAK flight


Etihad Airways launches its first flight to Geneva


Air Arabia adds Jeddah to its destination list


Etihad Airways in talks with Airbus, Boeing for new aircraft


Etihad Airways launched Abu Dhabi/Munich route


Emirates honours top GCAA officials


Etihad Airlines doubles its flights to London


Emirates reconfigures eight Airbus A340-300 aircraft


Air Arabia starts flights to Saudi Arabia


Emirates and Airservices Australia ink deal


Airlines to raise fuel surcharge


Dubai invests Dh110b in aviation sector


Statue of Liberty taking shape on 21st Century Tower in Dubai


Emirates to launch new flights


Gulf Traveller results surpass projections as one year flies by


Etihad begins service to Geneva, Munich


Air Arabia awaits green signal to operate flights to South Asia; Opens branded travel shop in Sharjah


Emirates in talks for more flights to Pakistan


UAE becomes leading aviation hub


Emirates unveils plan to tap US$ 2 billion in new US bound lines


Gulf Air named as the most improved airline


Astronaut Buzz Aldrin takes Emirates' first flight to America


Etihad Airways adds extra flight to Damascus


Forget the ticket, just fly Emirates


Air Arabia opens Travel Shop in Abu Dhabi


Etihad secures traffic rights to India and Philippines


Emirates signs US$108m deal for A340-500 plane


Giving wings to piloting dreams


Austrian President receives Ahmed bin Saeed


Emirates celebrates new Dubai-Vienna non-stop link


Gulf Air ahead of target and close to break-even


Airlines to raise fuel tax on cargo


Gulf Air launches flights to RAK


Helicopter pilot training school makes it mark on UAE sky


Air Arabia completes 6 months of service


Emirates Group posts Dh1.75 billion in profit


New routes to boost Emirates' bottomline


Abu Dhabi Aviation posts Dh11.2m quarterly profit


Etihad selects Rolls engines to power its twinjets


Emirates set to launch non-stop New York flights