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Emirates Welcomes His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum To Its ATM Stand

Emirates, the Official Airline of the 2021 Arabian Travel Market (ATM), welcomed His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum to its stand as he opened the region’s largest travel and tourism trade event and the first physical travel and tourism industry event in the world since the onset of the pandemic.His Highness Sheikh Ahmed was officially welcomed by Boutros Boutros, Divisional Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Marketing & Brand for the Emirates Group, and Mohammad Al Hashimi, Vice President Commercial Products Dubai, who gave a tour of the newly launched Emirates Premium Economy Class seats. This is the first time the new Premium Economy Class seats are being showcased at a travel and trade show. The Emirates stand is located in Hall 3 stand ME3310 at ATM.

FG Can Shift Focus From Oil To Real Estate Like Dubai – Expert

To improve the quality of Nigerian lives, the Federal Government needs a deliberate plan to diversify the economy, shifting its long-standing dependence on oil to real estate as experienced in Dubai, this was suggested by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Gtext Global, Stephen Akintayo.Akintayo said this at the Global Property Brokers Conference, as reported by The Guardian.He stated that for insecurity in the country to be tackled, the Federal Government would need to create jobs, pointing to the recruitment of Nigerians by Boko Haram insurgents due to the dearth of job opportunities and medical centres in the country.He said, “insecurity is one of the major challenges in Nigeria. We cannot just tackle insecurity with bullets and by bombarding people. I was in Maiduguri in 2019 and I visited one of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camps. There were 35,000 people in a place meant to take 3,500 persons.“They didn’t have jobs, no enough medicine at the health centre. So, tell me, why will they decline if Boko Haram promises any of them more money or tell them they will have access to 1000 virgins?“If we don’t want insecurity to continue, we have to find a way to create...

Opinion: How much money do you need to open a restaurant in Dubai?

UAE-based restaurant consultants, Restaurant Secrets Inc. break down the costs of opening three types of restaurants in Dubai within profitable budgets. Restaurant investors can expect to spend an average Capex of $500,000 upwards for a full service restaurant, a minimum of $100,000 for a dark kitchen model, and $250,000 onwards for a hole in the wall, focused concept. “How much money will I need to open a restaurant in Dubai?” is the most frequently asked question Dubai-based F&B firm Restaurant Secrets Inc. (RSI) receives, followed by the costs of a business plan and how to secure a great location. The costs involved in opening a restaurant of course depend on the type, size and location of a project, and since the pandemic began, costs have shifted and so have commercials and profit channels of the F&B business. “Looking at three main types of restaurants that are most relevant and in demand since the pandemic started, we share our insights based off hundreds of restaurants that RSI has helped set up in the UAE, right from feasibility studies to full execution,” says Gabrielle F. Mather, CEO & Founder, Restaurant Secrets Inc. Model 1: the FSR – full-service restaurantThis is...

Abu Dhabi unveils Al Mughirah housing complex for citizens

Sunday, May 16th, 2021 1:19pm By ARN News Centre Screengrab A 410-villa project exclusively for UAE citizens in the capital's Al Mirfa city is ready for occupancy. Built at a cost of AED 1.264 billion, each villa at the Al Mughirah housing project will be 543 sqm in size.  It will also feature four mosques, 30 shops, 13 parks and beach facilities. Al Mughirah housing project in Al Mirfa city in the Al Dhafra region of #AbuDhabi has been completed at a cost of AED 1.264 billion. The project includes 410 villas for citizens, each 543 sqm in size. The project also includes four mosques, 30 shops, 13 parks and beach facilities— مكتب أبوظبي الإعلامي (@admediaoffice) May 16, 2021

Amir Khan spends £2,000 waterproofing £160,000 Porsche – despite living out in Dubai desert

AMIR KHAN spent £2,000 waterproofing his £160,000 Porsche - despite living out in the Dubai desert. The British boxing legend first revealed his 911 Turbo in April after announcing he had purchased a holiday home in Dubai. 2Amir Khan with his £160,000 PorscheCredit: 2Amir Khan purchased a holiday home in DubaiCredit: And despite the Middle Eastern city only seeing four inches of rain a year annually, Khan was taking no chances. On Instagram, he showed off getting the luxury motor wrapped in a coating that repels water. He said in the video:  “Wow, it just pours right off.” Khan, who has not boxed since July 2019, has his own special luxury collection of supercars. It includes a £271,000 Lamborghini Aventador, £233,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom and a £65,000 Range Rover. Last year, it was reported that he was seeking to add a Rolls-Royce Cullinan to his car collection that has a starting price of £264,000. Khan was recently the star of his own BBC reality TV show Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton. It followed the boxer’s home life with wife Faryal Makhdoom and their three children. WIN £50,000 with Dream Team EurosDream Team Euros is HERE! The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived. And you can...

Arabian Travel Market kicks-off at Dubai World Trade Centre

Sunday, May 16th, 2021 9:10am By ARN News Staff Supplied The Arabian...

BI now includes Oman, UAE in travel ban until May 31

CALOOCAN CITY, May 16 (PIA) -- The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has now included Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in its enforcement of the extended travel...

Abu Dhabi continues to offer COVID-19 screenings in Khalifa City

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has expressed the UAE's grave concern over the escalating...

Abu Dhabi taxis to accept cashless fare payments

H.H. Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, has expressed the UAE's grave concern over the escalating...

Sierra Leone has a new British High Commissioner – she is Lisa Chesney

Sierra Leone Telegraph: 15 May 2021: The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London early this week announced that the British High Commissioner to...

‘Paradiso Nicole et Pierre’ restaurant to open at Yas Bay Abu Dhabi

Following the success of Fouquet’s restaurant in Abu Dhabi, Groupe Barrière is bringing Paradiso Nicole et Pierre to Yas Bay, Abu Dhabi’s new...

Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk donates over 1000 meals in partnership with the UAE Food Bank

In the spirit of Ramadan 2021, Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk has partnered with the UAE Food Bank for a 1000-meal project to help eliminate...

Arada launches shopping and leisure destination in Sharjah housing F&B outlets

Arada has opened Nasma Central, a new shopping and leisure destination for the Nasma Residences community in Sharjah. The lifestyle hub was inaugurated...

Floyd Mayweather ‘files £87m lawsuit against PAC Entertainment Worldwide over Logan Paul Dubai row

Floyd Mayweather ‘files £87m lawsuit against PAC Entertainment Worldwide after signing a deal to take crossover fight with Logan Paul to Dubai...

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