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Finland visa centre opens in UAE

-by Tourism Breaking News wo new Finland Visa Application Centres have been launched in Abu Dhabi and Dubai by the Embassy of Finland in Abu Dhabi, enabling applicants to submit visa applications and enrol for biometrics. The Abu Dhabi centre, centrally located at Shining Tower on Mubarak Bin Mohammed Street, was inaugurated by H E Riitta Swan, Ambassador of Finland to the United Arab...
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World’s longest zip line puts RAK on top

-by Travel & Tourism News Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA), has announced that the world’s longest and highest zip line will officially open on the UAE’s highest peak, Jebel Jais, in December 2017. With the exact length of the zip line remaining a closely-guarded secret until the multi-million dollar adventure tourism product’s opening, the zip line will propel the...
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Five countries that UAE residents can visit visa-free

-by Khaleej Times A quick look at the world map will reveal that the UAE has an interesting geographical location. It provides easy access to many countries. That is why the country is not only a well-known tourist destination but also a travel hub. In fact, the Dubai airport is one of the world’s busiest. And since many of us live in a country that is friendly for travellers, there are...
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Emirates adds flights to KSA for Hajj

-by Tourism Breaking News Emirates will be operating 45 additional flights to Jeddah and 12 additional flights to Medina from August 17 until September 11 to help serve 2 million pilgrims expected to travel to the Holy City of Mecca during Hajj this year. These services will run in parallel with Emirates’ regularly scheduled services to Jeddah. The airline will also be operating its A380 to...
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Philippine Airlines offers free onboard Wi-Fi

-by Philippine Airlines Under the new initiative, PAL will provide 30 minutes or 15MB of complimentary in-flight Wi-Fi to passengers in all classes. If they want to connect for longer, passengers can choose to purchase a series of Wi-Fi packages. The free service was launched following a trial and is now available on all PAL aircraft equipped with Wi-Fi. “The free Wi-Fi offer was very well...
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With Delta Air Lines, You Can Use Your Fingerprint As Your Boarding Pass

-by Travel Market Report Delta Air Lines is testing a new system that will let some passengers board its planes with just their fingertips. Members of Delta’s SkyMiles loyalty program who are enrolled in the private verified-traveler service Clear, will be able to board flights at Reagan Washington National Airport in D.C. by scanning their fingerprint, instead of a traditional boarding pass,...
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Sharjah launches summer tourism campaign with 50% discounts !

-by Sharjah Update Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has launched ‘Sharjah Summer’, a two-month campaign aiming to drive entertainment, leisure, retail and tourism sales, underpinned by discounts of up to 50 percent. It is the emirate’s first summer campaign that integrates offers from airlines, hotels, government institutions, travel agencies, shopping centers and...
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For just Dh65, you can now visit Burj Khalifa !

-by Gulf News Must show your Emirates ID, too, to get a major discount at Burj Khalifa’s observatory deck You won’t have to break the budget to visit the Burj Khalifa, as organisers have announced a significant discount for UAE residents.Emaar and the Roads and Transport Authority on Thursday announced that all UAE residents are eligible to visit At the Top, Burj Khalifa, Dubai’s iconic...
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Five Tips For Safe International Travel

-by Travel Market Report Every summer has its unique travel issues, and this one surely is no exception. Still, though, Airlines for America (A4A) is expecting a record number of U.S. consumers – 234.1 million – to fly internationally this summer. “Unfortunately, most will spend more time researching restaurants and activities than investigating potential medical and security threats,” says...
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