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The Big Three Gulf airlines are leveraging partnerships for growth and disruption

Posted 21 November 2016

The Middle East Three – or ME3, a common collective term for Qatar Airways ('Qatar'), Etihad Airways ('Etihad') and Emirates Airline ('Emirates') – are on a roll as Lufthansa Consulting's Guillaume Schmitt and Arvind Chandrasekhar report.

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Etihad Airways brings together chefs to compete in 'Taste the World' competition' final

Posted 7 November 2016

Etihad Airways, the global airline partner of 15 Taste Festivals across the world, is bringing world-class chefs to 'Taste of Abu Dhabi' to compete in the final 'Taste the World' competition,

in Defence / Features

Rocketing upwards…

Posted 4 November 2016

Jon Lake takes a look at Roketsan Missiles Industries, one of Turkey's top 500 industrial concerns.

in Air Transport / Features

Connecting the dots above Turkey

Posted 3 November 2016

Air traffic in Turkey is expected to grow significantly beyond 2020 necessitating the need for new air traffic management systems. Keith Mwanalushi looks at some possible solutions.

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Honeywell flexes its muscles with aviation technology

Posted 2 November 2016

Honeywell Aerospace in Phoenix, Arizona, recently threw open its doors to Arabian Aerospace technology editor Steve Nichols, who was invited to view the company's current and future technologies that aim to make flight safer and

in Air Transport / Features

Why this island should be mainstream

Posted 1 November 2016

Qeshm Air chief executive, Mahmoud Shekarabi, talks to Martin Rivers about his efforts to promote charter tourism to the Gulf island – until recently home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

in Technology / Features

Climbing to the top of a lean, green market

Posted 28 October 2016

Paris-based Safety Line has developed OptiClimb, which offers a way of saving up to 10% of the fuel used during an aircraft's initial take-off climb. Steve Nichols looks at the implications.

in Air Transport / Features

Meraj on the up – despite sanctions

Posted 27 October 2016

Even with sanctions hanging over its head, Meraj Airlines is among the Iranian carriers plotting ambitious growth during the next five years. Martin Rivers reports.

in Business Aviation / Features

Trust in Turkey

Posted 26 October 2016

Despite its terrible challenges, Turkey is striving to build a strong business aviation community. Liz Moscrop reports.

in Air Transport / Features

Staying the course

Posted 25 October 2016

Turkish Airlines is sticking by its ambitious growth plans despite falling victim to a major terrorist attack in June. Martin Rivers talks to chief executive Temel Kotil.

in Features / Airports

Tech it for granted… airports are improving

Posted 24 October 2016

When air transport IT specialist SITA held its annual summit in Spain to showcase the latest trends in travel technologies, it was clear to see that airport operators in the Middle East are getting smarter at every step. Keith Mwanalushi reports

in Defence / Features

Turkey's Air Power

Posted 21 October 2016

JON LAKE looks at the make up of the Turkish Air Force, the largest and most important of the seven military and parapublic air arms in Turkey.

in Business Aviation / Features

Care in the air

Posted 20 October 2016

Superior medevac services have taken wing in the Middle East. Liz Moscrop rounds up what's on offer.

in Air Transport / Features

Kish finds its niche

Posted 19 October 2016

Though its economy is tiny compared to the Gulf's developed city-states, Kish Island has bold plans to become a regional hub for tourism and business. Martin Rivers assesses the prospects for local operator Kish Air.

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EAG wins 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year'

Posted 19 October 2016

Dubai-based Empire Aviation Group (EAG) was the winner of the 'Aircraft Management Service Provider of the Year' at the 10th annual Aviation Business Awards, held in Dubai, on October 12.

in Air Transport / Features

Pegasus riding into a brave, new future

Posted 18 October 2016

Mehmet Nane, CEO of Turkey's second-largest airline, gives Alan Dron the lowdown on re-fleeting, expansion plans and an aircraft manufacturer's indecent proposal.

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JAC is a trump card for Jordan

Posted 17 October 2016

Jon Lake looks at the Jordan Aeronautical System Company (JAC), the Jordanian approved maintenance organisation (AMO) operating from Marka Airport, a joint civil/military airfield in Amman.

in Defence / Features

Mystery as Libya's 'new' aircraft fly in

Posted 14 October 2016

Have Egypt and Sudan been re-equipping the Libyan Air Force in violation of a UN Security Council arms embargo? Jon Lake investigates.

in Air Transport / Features

Why women now hold the key to the aviation sector

Posted 13 October 2016

Air Arabia first officer, Ghada Mohamed Al Rousi, issues a rallying cry to young women around the world, as concern mounts within the commercial aviation industry over a looming global pilot shortage.

in Features / Airports

Abu Dhabi means business

Posted 12 October 2016

Abu Dhabi International Airport achieved record traffic figures last year, further strengthening its position as a hub in the region. Keith Mwanalushi reports that successes also come with challenges.

in Defence / Features

Three-time training boost for Saudi pilots

Posted 11 October 2016

With deliveries of all three new trainer types ordered after a major revamp of its flying training system now under way, the Royal Saudi Air Force is entering a new era in which its student pilots will experience an advanced, all-digital cockpit

in Air Transport / Features

Nile Air shrugging off Egyptian woes

Posted 10 October 2016

Nile Air chief executive Ahmed Aly talks to Martin Rivers about another year of impressive growth for the Egyptian carrier.

in Features / Airports

Turkey's mega-hub starting to rise up

Posted 7 October 2016

Airports are complex organisations and Turkey is taking bold steps in building a new mega-hub. Keith Mwanalushi looks closer at the scale of the project.

in Business Aviation / Features

New deal as air ambulance centre goes from strength to strength

Posted 6 October 2016

Jon Lake looks at the progress of the Jordan Air Ambulance Centre (JAAC).

in Air Transport / Features

Meeting Iran Air's dealmaker

Posted 5 October 2016

Iran Air chairman Farhad Parvaresh sheds light on the flag-carrier's historic agreements with Airbus and Boeing. Martin Rivers reports.

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BAE 146 hits 35th anniversary milestone

Posted 2 September 2016

On September 3rd 1981 the first BAe 146 regional jetliner took to the skies from the British Aerospace airfield at Hatfield, Hertfordshire. The aircraft – and its later-build successor, the Avro RJ – was destined to become Britain's most successful

in Business Aviation / Features

Part NCC and The operation of non-commercial complex aircraft in the EU Who is at risk?

Posted 25 August 2016

The deadline for compliance with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 better known as Part NCC becomes valid today and applies to ALL complex aircraft operated in Europe whether EASA registered or

in Business Aviation / Features

West Africa emerging as business aviation market

Posted 27 June 2016

West Africa, particularly Nigeria, are emerging as business aviation growth markets as the region continues to develop industries based on its natural resources, according to the Middle East's only African-owned aviation company.

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Missing MS804 adds to Egypt's woes as search goes on

Posted 19 May 2016

Egyptian aviation was dealt another blow by Thursday's disappearance of flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo

in Business Aviation / Features

GAS - WHITE PAPER: Failure to support business aviation could interrupt Middle East economic growth

Posted 8 May 2016

A white paper produced after the Global Aerospace Summit in Abu Dhabi, warns that a failure to adequately prioritise investment in business aviation could cost the Middle East

in Air Transport / Features / People

Boeing Bridges UAE entrepreneurs success route

Posted 4 April 2016

Boeing has invested US $225,000 in a three-year 'Start-Up Bridge Program' to aid budding UAE entrepreneurs. The aerospace giant has joined forces with INJAZ UAE, a non-profit member of the Junior Achievement Worldwide education

in Air Transport / Features

Dassault joins CleanSky

Posted 30 November 2015

Dassault Aviation has joined the CleanSky program sponsored by the European Commission, in order to aid the improvement of the environmental impact of future generations of aircraft.

in Business Aviation / Features

White paper profiles Middle Eastern private jet owner

Posted 23 November 2015

A new white paper from global wealth intelligence authority Wealth-X and the international business aviation consultancy reveals keen insights about ultra-high-net worth (UHNW) Middle Eastern private jet owners, reports

in Air Transport / Business & Finance / Features

Anatomy of a merger

Posted 10 November 2015

When Daallo Airlines called in Dubai-based consultancy Aerotask for a bit of business advice, neither side realised the job would culminate in the merger of the airline with local rival Jubba Airways fewer than six months later. Victoria Moores reports.

in Air Transport / Features

Fly like an Egyptian (with German efficiency)

Posted 26 October 2015

Alan Dron spoke to Ralf Nagel, who aims to blend German efficiency with Middle East hospitality as he switches FlyEgypt from a charter operator to a hybrid carrier.

in Air Transport / Features

Algerie and the Pacemakers

Posted 25 October 2015

Air Algerie is hoping to draw a line in the sand with the appointment of new chief executive Mohamed Bouderbala. Martin Rivers and Vincent Chappard look at the challenges facing Algeria's flag-carrier.

in Features / ATM & Regulatory

For GCC economy, ATC Global raises some key questions

Posted 5 October 2015

John Swift, Director, NATS Middle East looks at the key issues that will be raised at today's ATC Global event in Dubai.

in Features

Much more than a remote possibility…

Posted 1 September 2015

Remote towers are now operating elsewhere in the world, so how could the concept be applied to the Middle East? Alan Corner, who heads up the Dubai office for aviation consultancy Helios, gives his views.

in Features / Airports

Letting the train take the strain

Posted 31 August 2015

Airport railway and monorail systems can be very complex but, as Keith Mwanalushi finds, advanced mobility solutions for major facilities in the Middle East are increasingly important.

in Business Aviation / Features

Gulfstream streams seamlessly into the Gulf

Posted 30 August 2015

With a hefty order from Qatar Executive and strong interest in its new aircraft, Savannah-based Gulfstream is enjoying blue skies all the way in the Middle East. Liz Moscrop reports

in Defence / Features

Iomax delivers first production Archangel to the UAE

Posted 29 August 2015

Iomax delivered the first of 24 new Archangel aircraft to the UAE Air Force and Air Defence in June 2015. Jon Lake looks at the programme and the aircraft.

in Air Transport / Features

Saudi battle lines drawn

Posted 29 August 2015

As Saudi Arabia inches towards opening its domestic airline market to more competition, Alan Dron asks who will survive the battle for passengers?

in Air Transport / Features

Historic 'first' for Saudia

Posted 29 August 2015

Saudia is to become the first airline in the world to operate the new Airbus A330-300 Regional.

in Defence / Features

New Saudi-Ukrainian aircraft programme launched

Posted 28 August 2015

Ukrainian manufacturer Antonov has formally announced the launch of its new Antonov An-132 military freighter. The aircraft, which is a derivative of the existing An-32 Cline, will be produced jointly by Ukraine and Saudi Arabia for both

in Air Transport / Features

Interview: Oman Air CEO on why his airline is on the up

Posted 26 August 2015

In the deteriorating war of words between America and the Gulf countries over bilateral traffic rights, it is easy to forget that European capitals have long imposed ceilings on the number of flights that Emirates, Etihad and Qatar

in Features / People

Etihad aims to attract partner airline pilots to meet its growth targets

Posted 16 August 2015

Etihad Airways is offering pilots seconded from partner airlines the opportunity to transfer to permanent contracts as part of its strategy to maintain pilot numbers to meet the carrier's ambitious growth

in Features

Ex-Im's shutdown: are we on the edge of a new era in aircraft financing?

Posted 16 July 2015

With the U.S. Congress refusal to prolong the authorisation of the Export-Import Bank which has expired on 30th June, the U.S. aerospace giants and their foreign clients have lost major support in financing new

in Training / Features

Etihad steps up graduate training capability for Abu Dhabi's engineers of the future

Posted 29 June 2015 · 1 Comment

Etihad Technical is further investing in its expansive Graduate Engineering Programme, which was launched in 2010. After a multi-million-dollar investment in a dedicated Airbus classroom,

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From sunrise to sunset: discreet VIP aviation during Ramadan

Posted 18 June 2015

Today, approx. 1.8 billion people on Earth are a part of the global Muslim community which spends in excess of USD140 billion on travel and tourism each year, according to a DinarStandard report. Seeking to tap into such an

in Features / ATM & Regulatory

Technology key to seamless Air Traffic Management in Middle East

Posted 3 May 2015

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

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America's Perceived Complicity with Iran in a Sectarian War: Policy Failure or Diplomatic Bungle?

Posted 19 March 2015

Riad Kahwaji, CEO, INEGMA analyses the changing mood to US position on Iran and the impact on the Gulf states.

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Turkish foreign policy and the rise of a reluctant ally in NATO

Posted 16 March 2015

With the threat of Daesh (IS) on Turkey's southern border, Turkey's foreign policy is of critical importance to European security. Tarık Oğuzlu, Professor of International Relations at Antalya

in Features

Is Middle Eastern aviation ready to switch to in-house MRO support?

Posted 25 February 2015

Currently, the Middle Eastern commercial aviation MRO market is growing at a faster rate than the global average. According to ICF International, it is expected to account for up to 8% of the global civil aviation MRO

in General Aviation / Technology / Features / Events

UAE's pioneering in recognising drone benefits wins global recognition

Posted 30 January 2015

Some 39 contestants have qualified to the semi-finals stage at the National, International and Government UAE Drones for Good Award competitions and its prize money worth of $1 million for the international

in Flight Services & Support / Features / Airports

Dnata reports successful 2014

Posted 30 December 2014

Ground handling and aviation services company Dnata is reporting a successful 2014, having invested almost $150 million to broaden its interest in travel, cargo, ground handling and catering sectors.

in Features / Events / Airports

Middle East airport growth gives Dubai's Airport Show plans a boost

Posted 29 December 2014

The multi-billion dollar expansion of airports and airline fleets in the Middle East has set off immense growth prospects for the ground handling industry players with both airports and airlines operators keen on

in Air Transport / Features

Emirates finishes the year on a high

Posted 24 December 2014

Emirates will round off 2014 as the airline with the world's largest wide-body passenger fleet with 218 aircraft, in addition to 14 freighters.

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GCC establishes joint military command

Posted 12 December 2014

Dr. John Duke Anthony, President and CEO of the National Council on US-Arab Relations, who attended the GCC's 35th Annual Ministerial and Heads of State Summit in Doha, considers the impact of an 'Arab NATO' concept.

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Focus: Hadid growing support to a global client base

Posted 17 October 2014

Pioneering in flight support for over 30 years, Dubai-headquartered Hadid has turned its focus to a higher level of support services, and extra care for business aviation flights which has led to expanding its global presence

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Tempest over the Desert - Typhoon's Middle Eastern Red Air Roadshow

Posted 6 October 2014

Arabian Aerospace Defence Editor Jon Lake looks at a new integrated military training support solution ready to roll out to the Middle East.

in Features

A350/Dreamliner choice could impact up to 88% of Emirates flights, says OAG

Posted 30 June 2014

As Airbus and Boeing go head-to-head in negotiations for Emirates outstanding order of 70 extra-widebodied aircraft, aviation intelligence expert OAG reveals the critical importance of Emirates'

in Features

Understanding the Iraq situation - and the challenge for the USA

Posted 17 June 2014

Riad Kahwaji, CEO, INEGMA gives his view on the current situation in Iran.

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Saudi aviation liberalization will need higher safety standards say experts

Posted 15 May 2014

Enjoying the largest domestic market in the Middle East, the aviation industry in Saudi Arabia still hasn't managed to replicate the rapid growth of its GCC neighbours because of the regulatory

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Alpen Capital shares industry review on GCC aviation prospects

Posted 17 March 2014

Alpen Capital has released its GCC Aviation Industry Report which provides a perspective of the GCC aviation sector by presenting the current industry status, key market dynamics, and scope for future growth.

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Gulf Air climbing back to level flight

Posted 5 February 2014

Gulf Air is aiming for further reductions in its cost base and negotiating over the future shape of its order book as it reaches the one-year mark in its major restructuring. Alan Dron talks to the Bahrain's minister for transportation who is also

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Bahrain Airshow: A look at the Royal Bahraini Air Force

Posted 16 January 2014

As the Bahrain International Air Show opens this morning, defence editor Jon Lake casts an eye over the Royal Bahraini Air Force and looks at the RBAF's capabilities.

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Supporting the mega-order growth programme

Posted 28 December 2013

The vast aircraft orders placed by airlines at this year's Airshow in Dubai reflects the Gulf region's rapid growth in the aviation industry. So, asks Clyde & Co's OLIVER TEBBIT, how can this rapid airline growth be supported?

in Features

The Case for a UAE cyber defence doctrine

Posted 7 October 2013

Aleksandar Mitreski, non-resident analysts with INEGMA looks at the growing issue of cyber attacks on governments and assesses the strategy for the UAE's defence

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The Kingdom and the Kremlin: The Strategic Significance of the Bandar-Putin Meeting

Posted 5 August 2013 · 1 Comment

Dr. Theodore Karasik, director of research and consultancy at INEGMA looks at the implications of last week's visit to Moscow by Saudi Arabia's security chief.

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Opportunities in the Middle East military UAV market to grow says Frost & Sullivan:

Posted 24 June 2013

Growing demand supported by strong intent and investment capability is expanding the market for military unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the Middle East. The region is already considered

in Air Transport / Features

SITA SURVEY: Airlines increasing investment in business intelligence

Posted 20 June 2013

Over the next three years, all airlines plan to invest in IT systems which will allow them to get to know their passengers better and deliver tailored services directly to them, according to the 15th annual

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Rohani's Victory: Realistic expectations from a witty "Moderate" leader

Posted 18 June 2013

Riad Kahwaji, CEO, and Dr. Theodore Karasik, director, research and consultancy, INEGMA look at the implications of the Iranian change of government

in Features

An Unbelievable Lasting Legacy

Posted 11 June 2013

As the Legacy 500 soared past 300 flight test hours, Embraer Executive Jets released a cinematic-style film starring the Legacy 500 alongside legendary film star Jackie Chan.

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SAA and Etihad sign code share agreement

Posted 8 May 2013

In Early May, South African Airways' Acting CEO, Nico Bezuidenhout and Abu Dhabi's CEO, James Hogan, signed an MOU to establish a code share and interline agreement, which may be the start of a deepening strategic alliance with the United Arab

in Features / Airports

VIDEO: Day three of the Airport Show, Dubai

Posted 8 May 2013 · 1 Comment

Presenters Abbi Henderson and Alan Peaford go for the world of airfield fire trucks to sophisticated new biometric security systems embedded into iPhones.

in Features / Airports

VIDEO: Day two of the Airport Show, Dubai

Posted 8 May 2013

Today's video news programme from the Airport Show, Dubai, focuses on the latest airport technology from ARINC's new airport data system and remote check in service.

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Airport Show video - the passenger experience

Posted 6 May 2013 · 1 Comment

Day One of the Airport Show in Dubai is all about passenger experience.

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SITA looks into the future for innovative flying experiences

Posted 28 February 2013

By 2015, the way we travel will change significantly fuelled by innovation in IT - used by airlines, airports and passengers, according to air transport communications and IT specialist, SITA.

in Features

ANALYSIS: Iran and Egypt: An unrequited union

Posted 15 February 2013

Emily Boulter, Non-Resident Associate at INEGMA,assesses the burgeoning relationship between Iran and Eqypt

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Sequestration, new US foreign policy priorities and the likely impact on the Middle East

Posted 6 February 2013

Riad Kahwaji, CEO of INEGMA and the organisation's director of research and consultancy, Dr. Theodore Karasik, look at impact the Middle East is facing with the latest policy changes by the

in Features

RIZON JET'S CHALLENGES TO SUSTAIN A VIABLE BUSINESS IN QATAR

Posted 22 January 2013

The row between Qatar's luxury flight services company Rizon Jetand the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority over the rights to operate freely have escalated. Details of the dispute between Rizon Jet and the Qatari state

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MEBA: Final results show 20% growth in attendees

Posted 26 December 2012

Organisers of the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) event have reported visitor figures showing a 20% increase on the 2010 edition with 7,549 attendees from 84 countries - 37 nations more than the previous show. There was also a 14%

in Features / Route Planning & Tourism

Fly east! Al Ghaith says three years has proved expansion strategy

Posted 25 November 2012

Dubai low-cost carrier, flydubai is celebrating three years since it first turned its sights eastwards towards desitinations in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)

in Defence / Features

Syrian opposition unification puts west to the test as rebels lay grounds for no-fly zone

Posted 14 November 2012

Riad Kahwaji, the chief executive of INEGMA looks at the situation in Syria and at this week's developments in Doha

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Women pilots get the Jordan experience

Posted 12 November 2012

With Middle East airlines increasingly recognising the value that female pilots can bring to them it is no wonder that the group supporting women pilots in the region is growing. Alan Peaford reports.

in Features

Middle East UAV landscape up in the air

Posted 12 November 2012

UAV development in the Middle East has long been dominated by Israeli technology but the picture is changing as a number of nations begin to channel investment into maturing their own domestic UAV development and manufacturing capabilities. Claire

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Why no more bog standard leaves MacCarthy flushed with success

Posted 12 November 2012

There's one area of an aircraft that receives a greater footfall than any other during a flight…the bathroom. Kelly Green visited one aircraft interiors company to find out why it has decided to give aircraft lavatories the

in Features

Thales Tops is trumps at APEX

Posted 12 November 2012

The annual technology show produced more than its fair share of electronic wizardry this year. Liz Moscrop went to play with the products.

in Features

Why growing is not a pain at Dubai International

Posted 12 November 2012

As Dubai International Airport's Concourse 3 prepares for a grand opening, Keith Mwanalushi reports that it is just one part of numerous strategies being put in motion to achieve ambitious goals at the region's busiest airport.

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Arinc continues to expand presence in Middle East

Posted 12 November 2012

Arinc is making its presence felt more widely in the Middle East with a new customer at Ras Al Khaimah, on-going projects in Doha and Dubai and a new office in Saudi Arabia. Steve Nichols reports.

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Planning to pour cold water on the towering infernos

Posted 12 November 2012

The skyscraper cityscapes that stand out in the Gulf States have one nightmare scenario – high-rise fire. But this year's Helishow in Dubai is focusing on the issue as Jon Lake reports.

in Features

It's only the twits who are now failing to tweet

Posted 12 November 2012

Is social media a toy or great free marketing tool? Steve Nichols looks at how it is being handled by different airlines.

in Features

It's complicated…

Posted 12 November 2012

Jon Lake takes a look at the tricky world of military and police aviation in the northern emirates

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Aurora spots a new dawn rising in Fujairah

Posted 12 November 2012

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Gama radiates out into new territory

Posted 12 November 2012

A new fixed base operation (FBO) is to open its doors at Sharjah Airport in January. Alan Peaford talks to Gama Aviation about its reasons behind the move into FBO management.

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Why RAK is just right for RamJet

Posted 12 November 2012

Dubai is a global hub for the flight support industry in the UAE but Marcella Nethersole meets one company doing rather well in the northern emirates instead.

in Features

Aerospace manufacturing Excelling in Ajman

Posted 12 November 2012

Manufacturing for the aerospace industry is still relatively rare in the Middle East – but Alan Peaford finds one company that has welded a niche business to support the local airlines and airports.

in Features

Arrow stays bang on target for continued success

Posted 12 November 2012

As business aviation manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft has grown its presence in the Middle East area, one Indian-headquartered business has also become part of the success story. Alan Peaford reports.

in Features

AviaHelp proves it is the real deal

Posted 12 November 2012

The site of Russian fixed-wing aircraft or helicopters at Sharjah Airport is not unusual – so no wonder there is one company there to provide valuable support. Marcella Nethersole reports

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Aerostar shining in many different directions

Posted 12 November 2012

Sharjah is the base for the rapidly expanding Aerostar business and, as Marcella Nethersole finds out, the MRO specialist is branching out into new areas.

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Kish finds its niche

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Meraj on the up – despite sanctions

Even with sanctions hanging over its head, Meraj Airlines is among the Iranian carriers plotting ambitious growth during the next five years. Martin Rivers reports.

Care in the air

Superior medevac services have taken wing in the Middle East. Liz Moscrop rounds up what's on offer.

Honeywell flexes its muscles with aviation technology

Honeywell Aerospace in Phoenix, Arizona, recently threw open its doors to Arabian Aerospace technology editor Steve Nichols, who was invited to view the company's current and future technologies that aim to make flight safer and

Trust in Turkey

Despite its terrible challenges, Turkey is striving to build a strong business aviation community. Liz Moscrop reports.

Climbing to the top of a lean, green market

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