Home » Investment in Middle East »


|| The Magic of Middle Eastern Airlines

Aviation Week, a McGraw-Hill publication, has an interesting article about Middle East airlines:

“Emirates has been the role model of a new breed of carriers taking advantage of two factors: geography and technology. From hubs in Dubai, Abu Dhabi or Doha, they can now reach any point on Earth nonstop and connect any two city pairs with only one stop in the Middle East. Recent enhancements in aircraft technology have made this possible, with the introduction of ultra-long-haul airplanes such as the Airbus A340-500 and Boeing 777-200LR.”

Emirates is currently the eighth largest carrier of international traffic. Last year, the airline's profit rose 23% to $942 million on $8.5 billion in revenues.



Previous Post: Dubai firm to buy Barneys New York for $950 million
Next Post: Robert Murdoch enters the Middle East newspaper business

More from Investment in Middle East ...


  JPM, London fund invest $20 million in Dubai e-commerce firm

  Souq.com merges private shopping portal Sukar.com in its operations

  UAE early stage investor Saffar Holding to exit its investment in Zawya

  How to sell your Middle Eastern media firm - 7 lessons from Flip Media acquisition

  Publicis Groupe acquired Dubai-based digital agency Flip Media

  Carlyle Group acquires 42% stake in Domino's Pizza MENA master franchise

  Middle East e-commerce website MarkaVIP raised $5 million

  Jabbar acquired remaining stake in Cobone.com from GBG to become the sole owner

  Naspers acquired stake in Dubai-based classified website

  Intel Acquires Egypt-based SySDSoft




|| About Us

Established in 2007, DubaiBeat.com provides insight, analysis and research on Middle East investors.

We cover different asset class investors like private equity, venture capital, hedge funds and real estate investors from the Middle East and broader MENA region.


|| Subscribe















Copyright 2007-2021 DubaiBeat.com    Sitemap  |  Terms  |  Privacy Policy

Follow us: RSS Feed   Facebook    Twitter