Emirates has launched a second daily A380 service to London Gatwick Airport.
Emirates is set to increase its capacity the Seychelles, when it switches from the current Airbus 330-200 used on one of the two daily services to a larger Boeing 777-300ER from June 1, 2015.
Pegasus Airlines launches flights on May 1 between London Gatwick and Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen, and onto destinations across Turkey and beyond.
Emirates has announced the launch of a daily A380 service to Copenhagen. As of December 1, 2015, the Danish capital will be the first in Scandinavia to boast a scheduled A380 service.
Oman Air's inaugural flight to Goa departed Muscat on Monday April 6.
Three Royal Jordanian Airbus 320s transported more than 450 Jordanians who used to reside in Yemen back home, with two planes landing at Queen Alia International Airport on April 7 and one on April 6.
Emirates has increased its frequencies to Dhaka and Kolkata.
This summer, EgyptAir is to operate 855 flights with a frequency of 649 international flights and 206 domestic and regional flights.
Air Arabia has announced that the city of Multan in Pakistan will join its route network next month, bringing the total number of destinations in the country served by the region's first and largest low-cost carrier to six.
Emirates is reinforcing its commitment further in Lebanon by upgrading both of its aircraft serving Beirut to an all Boeing 777 operation.
Gulf Air is giving its premium passengers travelling from Frankfurt, London or Paris to Bahrain and onwards to the Gulf region, Indian Subcontinent and Far East competitive airfares for travel
Qatar Airways will be boosting its flight frequencies to Jakarta and Denpasar (Bali) from 5 July and 16 July 2015 respectively to meet the ever-increasing demand on these popular routes.
Qatar Airways and Cathay Pacific first announced a strategic code-share agreement in April last year, shortly after Cathay Pacific first started servicing Doha directly on 30 March 2014, complementing Qatar Airways existing route
Qatar Airways is continuing its expansion plans in India with a significant increase in capacity on its flights from Doha to Bengaluru (formerly known as Bangalore) from August 1, 2015, to meet the increasing passenger demand on the route.
Abu Dhabi International Airport has announced the launch of two new Alitalia routes to the UAE's capital city.
Royal Jordanian (RJ) is offering discounted tickets, aiming at attracting tourists to Jordan from all over the world, especially from destinations covered by RJ aircraft in the Gulf region and Europe.
Emirates has announced it is commencing a daily service to Orlando, Florida from 1st September 2015.
Effective from 1st July 2015, Qatar Airways will launch flights to Zanzibar, the airline's third gateway in Tanzania after Dar es Salaam and Kilimanjaro.
Mahan Air has taken advantage of a new open skies agreement to cooperate with Basel Aero and make the inaugural flight from Tehran to the Winter Olympic city of Sochi.
Gulf Air has announced a collaboration with Rail & Fly, allowing complimentary travel to and from Frankfurt Airport and 15 German destinations via Deutsche Bahn German railway – throughout 2015.
Saudia has brought forward its plans to launch a new direct route between Tabuk and the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Turkish Airlines has added San Francisco to its route, making it the second destination in California and 11th in the Americas.
Etihad Airways' vice president Asia Pacific North and the Indian Subcontinent, Craig Thomas, said the airline was delighted to celebrate the auspicious occasion with the industry partners who had contributed
Etihad Airways will deploy a state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft on its daily Washington, D.C. service from 15 March 2015, marking the US debut of its next generation First, Business and Economy class products.
Qatar Airways is guaranteeing a lie-flat bed across the board with its latest investment.
From 29 March, flydubai will increase its service from five flights a week to daily to the capital of South Sudan, Juba and three flights a week instead of two to Bujumbura, Burundi.
Saudi Arabia's US$11.6 billion worth of tourism projects currently underway in the country will underscore the strength of the industry as the country looks to build on domestic and religious tourism totaling an
Dubai-based Flydubai is to add a third destination in Bangladesh when it begins direct flights between Dubai and Sylhet on April 1.
The Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) has expressed confidence that the number of Arab travelers visiting Brazil will grow further significantly in the coming years. Brazil saw a strong influx of visitors from Middle Eastern countries last year
German critics of Gulf carriers' relatively low cost fares will be celebrating today as German carrier Eurowings announced it is to launch flights to Dubai in October with tickets costing less than 100 Euros ($111).
Emirates is to launch a new daily service to the island of Bali in Indonesia, from 3rd June 2015.
Emirates is increasing its capacity on the lucrative route to Kenya's capital, Nairobi, when it switches from the current Airbus A330-200 aircraft used on one of the two daily services to a larger Boeing 777-300 ER from 1 May.
Emirates is to restart passenger flights to Baghdad on March 1. The airline suspended operations to the capital on 26 January.
Pegasus Asia has launched scheduled flights to India's capital Delhi. Guests can fly between Bishkek and Delhi on Mondays and Fridays with fares starting at just Ł104.
Iraqi Airways, the national flag carrier of Iraq, has today announced the commencement of two new services from the UK's third biggest airport, Manchester.
Air Arabia has added Doha to the list of destinations it serves directly from its recently opened Ras Al Khaimah hub.
Qatar Airways has announced a major expansion in South Africa with the launch of a new destination Durban while simultaneously increasing its weekly frequencies to Johannesburg.
Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority (TCA Abu Dhabi) has announced the appointment of specialist South African travel representation agency Development Promotions to represent the destination in South Africa.
Dubai-based flydubai has announced the launch of flights to Ahwaz, Hamadan, Isfahan, Shiraz and Tabriz in Iran. The announcement will see flydubai's Iranian network grow to seven points, adding to the launch of flights to Tehran and
Turkish Airlines is adding Abuja, Taipei and Manila to its network.
EgyptAir Tourism (Karnak) and Duty Free have signed a cooperation protocol with the Supreme Council for Antiquities (SCA).
Air Arabia has completed its inaugural flight Urumqi, China marking the carrier's 101st global destination.
Gulf Air will resume its flights to and from Baghdad International Airport commencing with its Saturday 07th February flight following a temporary suspension that was effective from 26th January 2015.
A former US deputy assistant secretary of state, John Byerly, has warned that US carriers are appealing directly to US President Barak Obama's cabinet to renegotiate or terminate 'Open Skies' agreements
A Vatican delegation is conducting a tourism visit to Jordan to get introduced to the tourist and historic sites of the country.
Emirates has announced the launch of A380 services to two European destinations: Dusseldorf and Madrid.
Etihad Airways' flight EY103 from Abu Dhabi to New York on 27 January 2015 has been cancelled due to severe US winter storm in the Northeast.
Etihad Airways has announced a number of schedule changes to the airline's flights between its Abu Dhabi hub and Chicago, New York, and Toronto, which will start on Sunday 29 March 2015.
Starting on February 10, 2015, Air Arabia will fly regular non-stop services to Urumqi, the largest city in Western China - becoming the first MENA low cost carrier to enter the Chinese market.
Commencing March 29 2015 the Emirates will add a 13th weekly flight between the West Bengal capital and its home and hub in Dubai.
Qatar Airways' brand new A350 XWB made its inaugural flight yesterday on the Doha to Frankfurt route.
Emirates will be able to connect even more people with Chicago on May 1 when it switches from its Boeing 777-200LR currently operating the route to a larger Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, adding passenger capacity.
Qatar Airways is continuing its 2015 expansion programme across Europe with the launch of new direct flights from Doha to Sofia from March, a destination currently served by the airline via Bucharest.
Emirates launched 10 new A380 routes in 2014 and has today released a 'mash-up' video that shows the iconic aircraft landing in 10 destinations spanning the globe.
Oman Air has launched new routes to Manila and Jakarta.
Dubai-based Flydubai's inaugural flight to Nejran in Saudi Arabia, at the weekend was greeted by a traditional water cannon salute. The flight marks the start of the first direct link between the region and Dubai.
Gulf Air has began its official three-day countdown to the anticipated launch of the airline's direct operations to Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz Regional Airport (ELQ, Gassim) and Ta'if Regional Airport (TIF, Taif) scheduled to begin
Emirates today announced that as of 1st February 2015, its EK019/020 service between Dubai International Airport and Manchester Airport, currently operated by a Boeing 777, will be replaced with an Airbus A380.
Pegasus Airlines, Turkey's leading low-cost carrier, continues its rapid growth with the addition of Lyon, Nice and Milan-Malpensa to its network.
Middle East low-cost carriers are soaring higher than traditional airlines according to new research looking at online habits of travel consumers.
Qatar Airways has revealed its first new destination in 2015, to the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, starting from June 16.
Gulf Air is to increase direct services between Bahrain and Muscat with an additional four weekly flights, in response to growing demand.
Etihad Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with Aerolíneas Argentinas.
Abu Dhabi has launched its first outbound tourism promotional drive in Africa targeting leading travel operators to encourage more visitors to the emirate.
Turkish Airlines has announces that it will increase services between Birmingham and Istanbul from 10 flights a week to 12 from the 29th March 2015, providing more domestic and international connections to passengers from the
Tourism links between the Gulf and Tanzania are being strengthened following The first Tanzanian tourism and investment forum, Tanzanian Tourism Conference MENA 2014 in Dubai.
Gulf Air has further growth of its network in Saudi Arabia with services to two new destinations – Gassim and Taif, taking the total number of Saudi Arabian cities serviced by the airline to six.
Emirates has announced a third daily service to Birmingham Airport, becoming the first airline to offer a direct First Class service to the region.
Etihad Airways has announced plans for a second daily non-stop service between Abu Dhabi and Melbourne from 1 August 2015.
Gulf Air has celebrated the resumption of its direct services between Bahrain and Hyderabad on December 15 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held at Hyderabad International Airport.
flydubai has added Bratislava, Prague, Sarajevo, Sofia and Zagreb to its network.
The second largest Omani city Salalah will see Qatar Airways adding four new services by next February.
Emirates will be giving travellers heading to Perth, Australia, the opportunity to experience the Emirates Airbus A380 on the route for the first time, commencing May 1 2015.
Oman Air has commenced services from Muscat to the Indonesian capital of Jakarta took off on Friday 12th December.
Etihad Airways has doubled its network in the US within the last 12 months with the addition of flights to Dallas/Fort Worth, its sixth destination.
Abu Dhabi Airports has announced two more routes operated by Jet Airways from Abu Dhabi International Airport. The new routes are now flying daily to Goa and Lucknow.
Flydubai has announced the addition of three new routes to its growing network.
Emirates Skywards and S7 Airlines, has announced a frequent flyer partnership that allows members of both airlines' frequent flyer programs to earn and redeem miles for travel across their networks.
Qatar Airways has brought forward the arrival date of the A380 to Bangkok to 5 December 2014.
Qatar Airways will significantly expand its capacity across Europe in the New Year, with additional frequencies added to European cities from February.
Gulf Air has launched a new service as part of its strategic partnership with DealBroker, a travel technology company that serves the global travel and tourism industry, whereby customers who book their Gulf Air flights
Emirates has announced that Dar es Salaam, Tanzania's principal port and commercial city, will become a double daily operation from 1 January 2015.
Emirates and Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) have launched a new global campaign that celebrates different facets of Dubai.
Etihad Airways and SAS are set to begin codeshare operations and provide customers with enhanced travel options between Scandinavia and the UAE.
Etihad Airways and Air Seychelles have announced changes to their flight schedules on the Abu Dhabi-Seychelles route, offering their guests more choice and greater flexibility when travelling to and from Mahé
Emirates is preparing for the launch of three new A380 destinations in three days.
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum laid on a private visit for Air Astana President and CEO Peter Foster and senior vp marketing and sales, Ibrahim Canliel, last week when Kazakhstan's airline formally inaugurated
Seawings, the luxury seaplane tour operator, has announced the launch of 'Seawings Lifestyle' - a unique collection of handpicked luxury Dubai experiences for the leisure and corporate incentive/MICE market.
Qatar Airways Group CEO yesterday welcomed a delegation from Chengdu led by vice-general manager of the Chengdu Culture and Tourism Development Group, Yang Chai.
Abu Dhabi International Airport last night welcomed NIKI Airlines' first flight from Vienna, Austria.
Etihad Airways and Alitalia will offer enhanced connections between Abu Dhabi and three of Italy's biggest cities next year, with combined double-daily flights to Milan and Rome, and a new daily service to Venice.
Qatar Airways will expand its flights to Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport from 29th March 2015, as it increases its frequency to a double-daily service.
Qatar Airways will operate a daily, direct scheduled service from Doha's Hamad International Airport to Edinburgh Airport from 1st May 2015.
Gulf Air today announced the increase of its direct services to Trivandrum International Airport following a successful first year of operations.
Etihad Airways and Tourism Australia have deepened their strategic marketing partnership with a significant increase in joint funding for the promotion of tourism to Australia in overseas markets.