Prime Minister Manmohan Singh To Inaugurate Spanking New Terminal 2 At Mumbai's International Airport
The X-shaped terminal will feature a nearly two-mile-long art walk built with a white peacock theme to showcase Indian designs.
New York City welcomed a record 54.3 million visitors in 2013, and the hotel industry is racing to keep up with the demand.
Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries on earth, its stunning economic growth made possible by a global phenomenon -- legions of officially sanctioned, often exploited migrant workers.
Dubai's fireworks display, in the wee hours of 2014, shattered the previous Guinness World Record held by Kuwait in style.
The world’s largest indoor theme park, Europe’s biggest art center and the tallest building in the Americas will all open in 2014.
Boeing and Airbus cleaned up in 2013, signing world-record orders for hundreds of aircraft. Here are the biggest deals in a year filled with superlatives.
Opposition lawmakers resigned en masse on Sunday, ahead of Monday’s “final showdown” by anti-government protesters.
The majority of people in the UAE are foreign migrant workers, principally from India, Pakistan and The Philippines
Protesters are demanding the ouster of Yingluck Shinawatra’s government and propose to replace it with an unelected “people’s council.”
The movement to topple the government of Thailand is expected to spread from Bangkok to Phuket and elsewhere Wednesday.
Singapore Airlines’ direct flight from New York to Singapore landed for the last time on Monday, signaling an end to the 19-hour flight.
Boeing was urged to build 777X parts in the U.S. to avoid the 787’s issues, amid reports the project could go to Japan or the Middle East.
Entrepreneurs In The Middle East: Where And How To Invest In Startups In The Arab World -- Author Q&A
In Schroeder's book, "Startup Rising," the tumultuous Middle East is a potential boon for entrepreneurial businesses investing.
Tel Aviv is now ranked higher than traditional financial centers like Munich, Rome, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Milan.
Airbus and Boeing could not take their latest products, the A350 and 777X, to Dubai. But the A380 and 787 were both there.
The Dubai Airshow has the shiniest and newest aircraft on display, which comes in handy for airlines whose fleets are growing a bit gray.
Dubai Air Show Day 2: Airbus A380, Boeing P-8 Poseidon And Other Big Planes Do Amazing Aerobatics (PHOTOS)
At the record-breaking event, the Airbus A380, several jet fighters, and aerobatics teams finally got a chance to impress.
Why Does Washington Favor Foreign Airlines Over US Carriers? Low-Interest-Rate Loans Available Only To Non-US Airlines Hurt US Carriers: ALPA
Washington offers low-interest loans to buyers of U.S. aerospace companies, but only if they are non-U.S. airlines.
Boeing got the largest order in its history, and Airbus sold 50 of the world's biggest passenger jet.
Created from scratch by the Dubai government, Emirates is growing so fast competitors cry foul. They should get used to a new world order.
Whether the Airbus A380 superjumbo can ever get airborne financially may depend on a decision that will be -- or has been -- made in Dubai.
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State-owned Emirates is seen as one of the world’s most successful airline companies, although its rivals say it receives government assistance.
London Gateway Container Port, Now UK's Largest, Welcomes First Arrival, Big Step Up For DP World (DPW)
The new port, developed by Dubai-based DP World, can handle as many as 3.5 million containers a year.
The $5.7 billion deal helps Abu Dhabi-based Etisalat to continue expanding overseas while Vivendi trims its worldwide operations.
Growing demand for gold has put the world’s largest importer of the precious metal in an economic bind.
Global Islamic investments are predicted to reach £1.3 trillion ($2.1 trillion) in value by next year.
The Gulf airline isn't checking its breakneck growth, and may shock the air transport world again at next month's Dubai Airshow.
Built to rival the Eiffel Tower and then relegated to theme parks, the Ferris wheel has emerged anew as the ultimate status symbol.
As Barclays put it, next week may be the beginning of the end of “abnormalnomics.”