DUBAI TO BENEFIT FROM WORLD CUP IN QATAR: MILLION OF FANS EXPECTED

Richard Moor -
Creation of fan zones, special hotel packages with shuttles, easier access to alcohol: Dubai is already registering many reservations from all over the world for the World Cup in Qatar which will be h ...

UAE INBOUND TOURISM REVENUES TO GROW 9.7% IN 2024

Larry Brain -
BMI Research has predicted that inbound tourism to the UAE will increase by 14.4% this year to reach 28.5 million visitors. This is a significant increase from the 24.9 million visitors in 2023, consi ...

KENYA'S TOURISM OUTCRIES OVER TAX BULLYING

Larry Brain -
There has been outrage in Kenya following an announcement by the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) regarding the taxation of goods worth over $500 carried by travelers entering the country. The KRA's mess ...

LOW-COST AIRLINES ARE THE BIG WINNERS OF THE CRISIS

Cecilia Garland -
Will tomorrow's air travel be exclusively low-cost? This is not necessarily the way ticket prices are going, but in any case, low-cost airlines have weathered the crisis better in Europe and beyond. E ...

THE FIRST BREWERY AUTHORIZED TO OPEN IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Laura Maudlin -
The Emirati government has authorized the opening of the first brewery in Abu Dhabi as part of their continued efforts to westernize the Arabian Peninsula. ...