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Travel marketplace Skyscanner published a new report exploring the latest trends in global travel. Titled Skyscanner Horizons: 2023/4 destination and booking insights, the report unpacks and explores a combination of consumer survey and proprietary search and booking data to provide a unique view of how travellers are thinking about their plans for the next 12 […]Continue Reading
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In a historic move to enhance regional connectivity, the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has unanimously approved a groundbreaking unified tourist visa, allowing travellers to effortlessly explore Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on a single visa. The announcement was made during the 40th meeting of the Interior Ministers in Continue Reading
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VFS Global has appointed Jose Manuel Aisa Mancho as its Chief Financial Officer, effective since November 1, 2023. He reports to Zubin Karkaria, Founder and CEO, and is based in Dubai, UAE, the organisation’s global headquarters. Jose joins VFS Global from Cellnex Telecom. He has over two decades of experience across the suite of finance […]Continue Reading
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Miral Destinations, a subsidiary of Miral, and the trusted one-stop trade and promotional partner for Saadiyat Island and Yas Island Abu Dhabi, participated at the recently concluded World Travel Market (WTM) London. With over 35,000 industry professionals from 184 countries in attendance, Miral Destinations highlighted key milestones for Abu Dhabi’s award-winning Continue Reading
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is weighing plans for a visa system that would simplify travel for residents to neighbouring Gulf nations, including Saudi Arabia. The new visa system would allow residents in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to travel freely within countries that make up the bloc, including Saudi Arabia, UAE Economy Minister Abdulla […]Continue Reading
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Dubai-based flydubai has called for a liberalised ‘Open Skies’ policy between the UAE and India, noting that this arrangement will bring better benefits to boost tourism in both countries. Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO, flydubai said now that there is a trade corridor between UAE and India, the aviation sector should be liberalised as well. “The […]Continue Reading
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