Passengers transiting in Qatar can make four day 96 hour stopovers with no-cost visas on arrival. Quick travel guide to the top 10 sightseeing attractions, the 10 most popular hotels, where to eat, and how to book cheap airline tickets.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is offering visa-free travel for Thai nationals visiting the country this summer and fall. Visa free travel represents a substantial saving for Thai travelers to the country as UAE visas usually cost 3,000 Thai baht, or US$90.
Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority launch free doha stopover with complimentary visas and hotel stays for international passengers changing planes at Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar. How does it work?
Emirates Airline joins Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways in lending laptop computers to First and Business Class passengers flying from their Persian Gulf hubs to travel destinations in the United States in light of electronics ban.
As the United States and Britain ban large electronics gadgets from carry-on bags on in-bound flights, some people wonder if bombs in luggage holds could be activated by remote control. Would Bomb bags solve this problem?
Qatar Airways will introduce semi- private suites in Business Class with adjustable panels and movable TV monitors that will allow two or four passengers to transform their space into a semi-private space.
The world reacts as Donald Trumps issues executive order establishing "new vetting measures to keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America", causing chaos at airports and
Qatar Airways’ first commercial airline flight from its Doha hub in Qatar to the world’s busiest airport at Atlanta in the United States received a traditional water canon salute upon its arrival on 1 June 2016 - and a unpleasant surprise on the tarmac .
United Airlines inaugurates nonstop service between San Francisco and Tel Aviv, It is the first ever nonstop airline service between the West Coast of the United States and Israel. Flights will operate three times a week.
Hanukkah is a joyful 8-day Jewish celebration, which is held on the 25th day of the month of Kislev on the Hebrew calendar. Hanukkah can occur as early as late November and as late as late December in the Gregorian calendar.