Hopes tourists will start making a return to Dubai from next month: Tim Clark Emirates airline President Tim Clark believes it will be summer of 2021 before air travel sees a definite improvement.Image Credit: Bloomberg Dubai: A marked improvement in air travel might need to wait until summer of 2021, according to Emirates airline’s President. “We will start to see an uptick, quite a large … Continue reading It will be summer of 2021 before air travel returns to growth path, says Emirates chief
One thing seems clear with COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that causes it: we’re in it for the long haul, and it has already changed the face of life as we know it. Airlines, which are always in a perpetual state of change, are no exception. Aviation journalist John Walton looks at the changes we can expect when we start flying again. Costs will … Continue reading 8 changes we can expect when flying after COVID-19
DUBAI, UAE, 10 March 2020: In response to the latest developments in the Covid-19 outbreak worldwide, Emirates is taking extra steps that go above and beyond industry and regulatory requirements to provide passengers with confidence and peace of mind when planning their travel. It starts with enhanced cleaning and disinfection. On all aircraft departing from its hub in Dubai, Emirates has implemented enhanced cleaning and … Continue reading Emirates deep cleans aircraft
We live in a country that’s perfect for fun in the sun 1 of 10 2 of 10 3 of 10 4 of 10 5 of 10 6 of 10 7 of 10 8 of 10 9 of 10 10 of 10 Source : Gulf News – Yousra Zaki – Web Features Editor Continue reading Ultimate Guide: 10 water parks to visit in the UAE
To see the sights of a popular travel destination like Istanbul in a day, and that too on foot, requires some doing. Luckily, most of the top tourist attractions are located all around the Sultanahmet Square and the Hippodrome region, making it actually possible to see them all in one day only. Istanbul, Turkey, is in itself a large city. So at first to plan … Continue reading A Self -Guided Istanbul Walking Tour
Amalfi Coast, Italy Exploring the world on your own can be exciting. You have the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and no one can tell you otherwise. That said, solo travel can also be challenging, and at times can certainly get lonely. Here are the top 10 most romantic destinations for solo travellers to help connect you with other wanderlust-filled explorers … Continue reading 10 most romantic destinations for solo travellers
Dubai: William Wilson opens the airplane door, looks down at the grey escape chute, nods to the red lipstick marks smearing their way down to the ice cool pool, and says, “It doesn’t always go to plan.” The Emirates crew safety instructor has just led us through a series of disaster scenarios during which smoke and canned screaming has been plied into the cabin as … Continue reading Ever wondered what it takes to become cabin crew on Emirates?
Some parts of travel are worth the splurge. Although saving a little cash feels good when you first book that rock-bottom-price plane ticket, that pre-dawn moment when your alarm rings for that 6:00 a.m. flight might make you regret being cheap. You May Regret Being Cheap While Traveling A cheap flight, inconveniently located hotel, or minuscule rental car may save you money, but they’ll likely … Continue reading 9 Times You’ll Regret Being Cheap When You Travel
Turkish Airlines has announced that it will introduce additional four flights weekly into Malaysia as of 09 June 2020, increasing its scheduled flights to/from Kuala Lumpur to 11 times weekly. To celebrate the additional flights, Turkish Airlines is offering exclusive launching fares from Kuala Lumpur to worldwide destination on sale until 09 March 2020. You can enjoy discovering more on Turkish Airlines with special Economy … Continue reading Turkish Airlines (TK) increases Kuala Lumpur flights from June 2020
In the shadow of the first anniversary of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder and amid escalating tensions in neighbouring Yemen, Saudi Arabia has opened its doors to tourism for the first time. The fact is, Saudi has been cut off from many Westerners until now. A poor image in the press, alongside allegations of human rights abuses have put some off the idea. That’s not to mention the difficulties … Continue reading How Western Will Saudi Arabia Go To Attract Tourists?