The slower growth forecast for 2020 was an inevitable eventuality for the Middle East, but should we be starting to worry about the capacity-demand balance?
At some point, slower growth in the Middle East was perhaps inevitable. There had been over two decades of strong growth, particularly by the Gulf
School strikes by students in support of government action on climate change; a new popular environmental campaign (Extinction Rebellion) occupying central London for 11 days
The LCC models look very differently across the Middle East and Africa. But, there is one obvious similarity – the sector is growing much quicker
The Blue Swan Daily brings you a round up of some of the latest hotel news from across Europe, Middle East and Africa. St Regis
Royal Jordanian has increased its focus on sixth freedom transit traffic, providing better connectivity and competitively priced options for corporates. The oneworld member is particularly
European low cost carrier, Ryanair, is to expand its network in the Middle East after agreeing to introduce operations in Jordan with a network that