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105. Etihad Signs MOU with Lulu International
Etihad Airways has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Abu Dhabi-based Lulu International Group. Under the agreement, Etihad Airways will offer the Lulu International Group and its forwarding agents a range of preferential and priority air cargo services. This includes transporting mostly fresh produce from countries such as Egypt, India, the Philippines, Thailand and the
106. New Charter Service Take Off in Serbia
Serbias newest charter service, Aviolet, has launched operations from Belgrades Nikola Tesla International Airport. Aviolet is fully operated by Air Serbia, Serbias national airline, and will serve destinations in Egypt, Greece, Italy, Spain and Turkey, during the 2014 summer season.
107. Etihad Airways to launch Alexandria Flights
Etihad Airways to launch Alexandria Flights. Etihad Airways is to launch four flights-a-week to Alexandria in Egypt, subject to government approval. The service will operate every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from Etihads home base in Abu Dhabi to El Nouzha airport in Alexandria.
108. Etihad Airways launches Ex-Abu Dhabi Weekend Short Breaks Promotion
Etihad Airways launches Ex-Abu Dhabi Weekend Short Breaks Promotion. Etihad Holidays has launched a series of special weekend short breaks, which include many of its top-selling destinations in countries such as Malaysia, Egypt, Jordan and Greece. The deals are designed for residents living in the UAE, with many cities located within four hours of Etihads home-base of Abu Dhabi.
109. Multi Million Dollar Restoration of Cairos Gezira Palace
Multi Million Dollar Restoration of Cairos Gezira Palace. The Gezira Palace was originally built as a luxurious guest house to accommodate royal guests among whom was the Empress Eugenie of France on her visit to Egypt for the 1869 inauguration of the Suez Canal. Its storied past includes hosting numerous heads of state and lavish social events. Complementing it at the time on Zam
110. Saudi's Outbound Travel Expenditure Exceeds US$5.9 billion in 2008
Saudi's Outbound Travel Expenditure Exceeds US$5.9 billion in 2008. While the most popular traditional destinations for outbound Saudi nationals currently includes London and the USA, there has however been a recent surge in interest in nearby destinations such as Egypt, Lebanon, Turkey, Oman, Syria and the UAE.
111. New Report Confirms Significant Benefits of Liberalized African Air Markets
IATA has published a report setting out the considerable social and economic benefits of intra-African air service liberalization. The report, by the experienced independent economic consultants InterVISTAS, outlines the benefits that would accrue if 12 African nations were to implement the 1999 Yamoussoukro Decision. The 12 nations in the report are: Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Ethiop
112. Tourism to be Discussed at World Economic Forum's Arab World Competitiveness Roundtable 2007
Tourism to be Discussed at World Economic Forum's Arab World Competitiveness Roundtable 2007. Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the Arab World. The session on Enhancing the Competitiveness of the Tourism Sector will be co-led by Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker, who is also Chairman of Qatar Tourism Authority, and Zoheir Garranah, Egypts Touri

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