Following consultations with the Bureau International des Expositions, participating countries and key stakeholders, the United Arab Emirates has proposed October 1st, 2021, as a new start date for Expo 2020 Dubai.
Emirates has received approval from authorities in the United Arab Emirates to carry passengers on a limited number of routes. Effective Monday, flights will commence from Dubai to London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Brussels and Zurich.
With Expo 2020 Dubai likely to be pushed into next year in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Breaking Travel News here chats with Sumathi Ramanathan, director of destination marketing for the event, to find out what the delay might mean for hospitality in the Middle East
Azizi has rolled out a video calling platform that allows customers to get in touch via an audio-visual conference module.
In this time when we are all being asked to pause, the video asks viewers to take a moment to reflect, to breathe and to dream.
Meet the water tower of West Africa, discover an ingenious ‘amphibious housing’ idea and see smart sustainability solutions in action – these are just a handful of ways Expo 2020 Dubai will shine a light on the importance of water.
Earlier this month, the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce ordered the immediate closure of bars, pubs and lounges as a precautionary measure. Here we take a look at how the Palm Jumeirah is responding to the crisis
Home to some of Dubai’s top resorts, the Palm Jumeirah is built from reclaimed land in a series of artificial archipelagos and shaped like a palm tree when viewed from above.
Emirates will temporarily cease most passenger operations this week as the world battles an outbreak of coronavirus. The Dubai-based airline said it would ground the majority of passenger services from March 25th, with no date in place for the resumption of flights.
Proof that given the right opportunity innovation and ingenuity can come from anywhere, nine countries from around the world have unveiled Expo 2020 Dubai pavilions designed by young, emerging student talent.
Address Jumeirah Resort has announced the structural completion of its two 310-meter towers. The topping out of the two towers marks the first key turning point towards the completion of the project, which is due to be unveiled toward the end of the year.