Taj Hotels launches a new mobile booking app

Phase two of the app will include several updates including mobile check-in/check-out, service chat, restaurant reservations and locale based promotions

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A new comprehensive study conducted by the Qatar Chamber Tourism Committee has revealed opportunities on how to develop the tourism sector

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Bahrain tourism targets US$1 billion by 2020

Kingdom targets 36.2% increase in tourism arrivals by 2018

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Time Hotels launches first project in Ajman

UAE-based hospitality company, Time Hotels, has launched Palm 1 Time Residence, its first of two planned properties for Ajman

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Emirates to unveil upgrade to A380 Onboard Lounge

Dubai-based airline says new look has been inspired by private yacht cabins, with seating space increased

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MENA eyes $168 billion Chinese travel market

The region looks to attract more Chinese visitors through Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2017 with Abu Dhabi set to increase Chinese tourist numbers by 265% by 2021

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Emirates to unveil upgrade to A380 Onboard Lounge

Dubai-based airline says new look has been inspired by private yacht cabins, with seating space increased

Flynas increases Etihad Airways codeshare flights

The new codeshare services to India provide a baggage allowance of 30kg per passenger

Dubai's second airport gets 84% passenger boost

 Al Maktoum International Airport.

Al Maktoum Int'l sees more than 850,600 passengers, boosted by operations of low-cost carrier flydubai

'Saudi prince' transports 80 falcons on a plane

A Saudi prince reportedly booked out an entire row on passenger aircraft to transport his falcons back home.

Reddit user claims they were being transported by a member of the royal family

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Special Report: GM Survey 2016
REPORTS Special Report: GM Survey 2016

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Hotel sector sentiment positive despite staff cuts
Back of House Hotel sector sentiment positive despite staff cuts

However, the results of the second Hotelier Middle East Human Capital Report revealed that 43% respondents said their organisation has had to reduce headcount

Dubai's Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire closes down
FOOD & BEVERAGE Dubai's Reflets par Pierre Gagnaire closes down

The restaurant will reopen in May 2017 with a new concept

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