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A District Consumer Forum has directed Gulf Air to pay Rs 20 lakh as compensation to a man who lost his job, after the airline officials reportedly refused to allow him to board the flight on the grounds that his visa, which was in Arabic, did not
Bahrain's Mumtalakat will remain profitable from now on, its chief executive said, as the sovereign fund ended five straight years of losses in 2013 due to improved performance at Gulf Air and lower impairments. The fund, fully owned by the Bahraini
Gulf country and its neighbors drew criticism from rivals about trade and investment policies. Doha, making Qatar the first Gulf country to host the summit, which was attended by its fiercest critics. "I hope people understand that although we are a
It is the most successful Indian carrier, the most cost efficiently run Indian carrier and the most progressive one. There was no word from IndiGo's CEO Aditya Ghosh in response to messages. IndiGo has never earlier indicated anything about
Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air said on Tuesday its annual losses fell by 52 percent in 2013 as it neared the end of a five-year restructuring. Gulf Air, which has cut routes and staff, said its losses fell by more than 100 million dinars ($265.
Steve Marcus Friday, May 02, 2014 Bahrain's national holding company and sovereign wealth fund has weathered several years of losses and is about to see spectacular growth, the charismatic Chief Executive Officer Mahmoud Hashim Al Kooheji told Gulf
Scott Eells/Bloomberg News Over the last year India's Naresh Goyal, known for his ruthless passion for his airline, has had to let goof a lot. Selling 24% of Jet Airways' equity as well as a majority stake in its frequent-flier program, which houses
Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air's first woman captain, Yasmeen Fraidoon, has taken to the skies on her maiden commercial flight. Captain Fraidoon joined Gulf Air in 2008 as a second officer, after graduating from Qatar Aeronautical College.
After years of alleged corruption and mismanagement at its airline, oil-rich Kuwait has called on an unlikely white knight to turn around its troubled flag carrier: A female technocrat. Rasha Al-Roumi, 52, was plucked from early retirement in
United Arab Emirates Gulf-based carrier Etihad Airways says it has received regulatory approval from the government of Serbia for its 49 percent stake in the Balkan country's national carrier, Air Serbia. The United Arab Emirates' national carrier