Emirates halts flights to Guinea over Ebola fears

Emirates, the Mideast`s largest airline, said on Sunday that it halted flights to the West African nation of Guinea because of concerns about the spread of the Ebola virus there.

Saudi airline suspends operation to Peshawar

Saudi Arabia`s flag carrier has stopped flights to northwestern Peshawar city in Pakistan after this week`s attack on a plane that killed a passenger.

Deepika Padukone loses it again!

Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone might be thanking her stars for bagging all the good roles so far but the actress surely is not that lucky when it comes to traveling abroad. Turns out that Dippy darling lost her luggage the fourth time while coming back from Italy.

10 Indians among 15 Asian workers killed in Dubai road mishap

At least 10 Indian workers were among 15 people killed when the bus they were travelling in rammed into a parked truck on the busy Emirates road here.

Emirates chief asks why no fighter jet tracked MH370

Emirates chief Tim Clark has reportedly questioned why fighter jets did not intercept Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it veered widely off course, but said he believed the missing plane will be found.

Bird hit Emirates flight lands under emergency conditions

A Kolkata-Dubai Emirates flight with 296 passengers on board suffered a bird hit and returned shortly after take-off from NSC Bose International Airport, where it landed safely under emergency conditions.

UAE`s Emirates, Etihad airlines halt Yemen cargo

The two main airlines have stopped carrying cargo from Yemen as a precaution.

UAE against domestic abuse: Official

UAE`s highest court rules that a man can hit his wife to discipline her.

Dog mars largest plane`s landing at IGI T3

Airbus A-380 landed at T3, proving its capacity to handle world`s largest aircraft.

UAE`s superjumbo to arrive at opening of IGI`s T-3

As a special gesture, the world`s largest aircraft, Airbus A-380, belonging to the premier UAE carrier Emirates, will arrive at the newly-built Terminal-3 of the IGI Airport here on July 15.

Carrier Emirates mulls Spain soccer sponsorship - CEO

Dubai government-owned air carrier Emirates is considering a sports sponsorship deal in Spain after the success of deals with several major European soccer teams, its CEO said on Wednesday.

Sons of deplaned bizman quizzed, no breakthrough: Police

Police today questioned two sons of businessman Shahbaz Khan who was deplaned from an Emirates flight suspecting him of a terrorist, amidst allegations of family dispute over a property.

UAE`s crude production could rise 12.5% by 2014

The sustainable crude production capacity of UAE will decline marginally to 2.71 million bpd, but will climb steadily thereafter to 2.75 million bpd in 2011, 2.88 million bpd in 2012 and 2.99 million bpd in 2013.