Master developer Nakheel is heading to China to showcase the opportunities being provided by Dubai’s real estate sector at the Luxury Property Show. The event is underway in Shanghai and runs for the next two days.
South African Airways is to be placed into a “business recuse” following a sharp deterioration in its financial position. The flag-carrier has battled mounting losses for a number of years, and will now seek an equity partner as the South African government looks to limit its liability.
City Football Group, owned by the Abu Dhabi royal family and with interests in clubs around the world, including Manchester City, acquired the Indian club last week.
Emirates and Interjet Airlines have announced an enhanced interline agreement. The deal is set to open new routes and destinations for passengers travelling between Mexico, the Gulf, wider Middle East and beyond.
With just 11 villas, Africa’s most exclusive private island is located 30 kilometres from the mainland and is accessible by a scenic helicopter flight or an hour boat ride, giving guests an immediate sense of escapism.
The news comes at the end of a busy week for Kempinski, with the luxury hotel company also making senior appointments in development and human resources.
A centuries-old maritime tradition, a ship’s godmother christens the vessel and is responsible for bestowing good luck over the ship and to all guests and crew who sail her.
Tucked beside the Slovenian border on the coast of the Adriatic sea is the north eastern Italian city of Trieste, home to the restored 20th century palazzo that is DoubleTree by Hilton Trieste.
Luxury Cruise Line Cunard has announced a world-class line-up for their first-ever Festival of Food & Wine on board Queen Mary 2. The seven-night Transatlantic crossing will bring together leading authorities in the food and wine industry, including legendary chef Michel Roux Jr.