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Emirates airline launches biggest ever sale on fares

Emirates airline has launched one of its biggest sales yet, with reduced fares to over 70 destinations worldwide. The Dubai carrier said the sale, which lasts...

Dubai’s RTA puts brakes on Hyperloop route claims

Dubai's transport authority on Thursday poured cold water on plans to build a revolutionary Hyperloop system connecting the city with other emirates. The Roads and...

Flying out of Dubai this weekend? Reach the airport early

Travel is expected to peak this weekend for Emirates, as the airline expects yet another busy period with visitors passing through Terminal 3 ahead...

Tourism spending in UAE forecast to rise to $56bn by 2022

Spending within the UAE’s travel and tourism sector is expected to rise steadily over the next five years and reach over $56 billion in...

Expo 2020 will alter misconceptions about Dubai, organisers say

DUBAI // Expo 2020 could change preconceptions people may have about Dubai, say event organisers and residents. "We look at the Expo as an opportunity...

Tourism, Expo 2020 lead Dubai real estate recovery

Dubai’s housing market reached its peak performance in 2013 when it was announced the Emirate would host the Expo 2020, fuelling speculation on its...

Dubai Canal project offers new pathways of prosperity

The completion of the Dubai Canal project over the next few months could help to transform the city by opening a waterway, currently stranded in Business Bay, for leisure use and by creating swathes of valuable new real estate.

Private minivans on contracts legal in Dubai

Private bus companies that help residents travel to key locations in Dubai are legit, provided they have a valid transport contract with the passenger’s company, said the Road and Transport Authority (RTA).

Etihad A380: The only three-room suite in the sky

Abu Dhabi's national carrier, Etihad, showcased on Thursday the arrival of its first Airbus A380, outfitted with the only three-room suite in the sky.

Dubai shows the way in special needs travel

Dubai has become the first city in the region to have an integrated public transport system fully accessible to people with special needs, said a senior official.