Four men have been injured, two of them severely, after a warehouse explosion in Al Quoz (Picture illustrative).
Four men have been injured, two of them severely, after a warehouse explosion in Al Quoz.
Police manhunt launched after Father Christmas ties up pilot and steals helicopter.
Emirates Flight Catering to build facility at Dubai South to supply inflight catering services for private aviation.
US airline industry has seen widespread disruption in the weeks following the Paris terror attacks due to racial prejudice.
The Riyadh airport is the first of Saudi Arabia's 27 airports to be privatised as part of the Kingdom's measures to ease the impact of lower oil revenues.
The Saudi government is looking to diversify its income sources amid declining oil prices.
One aim of the region’s first facility specialising in new engine development for civil and defense aviation is to help establish Dubai as "the aerospace capital of the world".
The agreements will see DCAF provide ground support, 24-hour on-site customs and immigration, conference rooms, among other services.
Aimen Ahmed Al Hosni, acting CEO of Oman Airport Management Company (OAMC), said deals worth $259.7m will be awarded to build the new airport.
US planemaker says it does not expect to match the record $100bn orders for new aircraft it announced at the 2013 show.
The Emirates Group, comprising the international airline and air services provider dnata, reached $12.6bn for the first six months of its 2015-16 financial year.
James Hogan, president & CEO of Abu Dhbai-based airline Etihad Airways, discussed competition in aviation as part of his 2015 Brabazon Lecture presented in London.
Google's holding company says its goal is to have a commercial drone delivery business up and running in 2017.
DCAF’s core areas of business include aircraft management, maintenance, FBO and ground handling, and business jet charter.
German carrier Lufthansa and Air France-KLM have also decided to avoid the area for safety reasons, spokeswomen for the carriers said on Saturday.
An independent jury of senior leaders in the industry worked with the editor of Aviation Business Middle East, Raman Narayan, to select the winners.