NASJET has signed an agreement for Jet Aviation to provide handling services through its global network of FBOs to the fleet of NASJET aircraft.
L-3 Communications has bought UK-headquartered CTC Aviation for around $210million. CTC has developed MPL training for Qatar Airways and supported other Gulf airlines - such as Flydubai - with flight crew resourcing.
Air Djibouti is on schedule with its plans to begin operations in late 2015.
The Russian minister of industry and trade, Denis Manturov, has presented his results after visiting Egypt on its 'Trade and industrial dialogue Russia-Egypt' trip with talks of
In a session titled "Rebooting the tourism industry" at the World Economic Forum, held on the 22nd of May 2015, on the shores of the Dead Sea, the airline industry was invoked and its role in "airlifting" tourists into
Turkish Airlines has opened its new independent office in Abu Dhabi, led by increasing demand from the UAE capital, with nearly 4 per cent growth in passenger traffic reported in 2014.
Emirates Airline has chosen US company Essex Industries to outfit its fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft with the Essex PBE, (Protective Breathing Equipment.)
The inaugural Routes Middle East & Africawill open this weekend in Manama, capital city of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The event, which takes place 31 May – 2 June, will be hosted by Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) managing
Oman Air is to step up its operation from Muscat to Kuala Lumpur by offering daily non-stop flights to the Malaysian capital from June 21 2015.
Etihad Airways has achieved its strongest financial results to date in 2014, posting a net profit of US$ 73 million on total revenues of US$ 7.6 billion, up 52.1 per cent and 26.7 per cent respectively over the previous year.
Civil aviation authorities in the Middle East are increasingly turning to cutting-edge technologies to grapple with the unprecedented air traffic growth that is threatening the pace of aircraft movements in the skies and