Airline

Emirates Adds West Asia Flights

Emirates Airlines announced it added flight services to West Asia to meet an expected increase in demand.  Four flights to Colombo and five flights were added to Malee bringing its services to Sri Lanka and Maldives to 18 and 14 flights respectively. 

Flights from Dubai to Malee, and Columbo to Dubai will operate on an A330 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  The A330 is configured with 12 first class, 42 business class, and 183 economy seats.  Emirates Airline also began a direct route to Columbo and two more connections from Dubai to Malee every Wednesday and Friday.  These services will operate on a Boeing 777 configured with 12 first class, 42 business class, and 310 economy seats.
 

More Airline
Big jump in international passengers for Saudi Airlines
flydubai will fly to Tashkent from 11 March 2019
New Istanbul airport starts operations
Latest Travel News
Jazeera Airways launches flights to Kara...
Emirates expecting over 500,000 arrivals...
Kazakhstan's new tourist attraction - fa...
Featured Sights To See
Aquincum Museum

Aquincum Museum

Budapest, Hungary

Purposely built on the western edge of an ancient Roman civilian settlement, this museum offers extensive exhibits on Roman life in Budapest. There is a vast collection of Roman coins and wall paintings, a replica of a 3rd century organ called a ‘hydra’ and stone sarcophagi. Across the road is the Roman Civilian Amphitheatre which, while smaller than the original thing, leaves much to the imaginat...

Storkyrkan, The Cathedral

Storkyrkan, The Cathedral

Stockholm, Sweden

What was once a Lutheran Protestant Church (1527) is now the Cathedral of Stockholm. At one time, Royal weddings and coronations took place here. The elaborate Baroque and Gothic architecture makes this building stand out distinctly in the city. The famous statue of St George and the Dragon made in wood by Brent Notke in 1489, is perhaps the most famous among the many unique artifacts housed withi...

Larnaca Salt Lake

Larnaca Salt Lake

Larnaca, Cyprus

One of the most prominent natural wonders in the region, the Salt Lake district of Larnaca is made up of a network four salt lakes or different sizes, Aliki, Orphani, Soros and Spiro. The Larnaca Salt Lake forms the second largest salt lake in Cyprus, after the Limassol Salt Lake and covers an area of about 2.2 kilometer square. It is a popular tourist spot for birdwatchers and nature lovers, who ...

Czar Cannon and Czar Bell

Czar Cannon and Czar Bell

Moscow, Russia

These are two fantastic though strange features of the Kremlin. The cannon was built in the late 16 th Century to defend the Kremlin's Savior Gate. The bell was built in the early 18th Century and is the largest in the world, weighing around 200 tons. Both were never used and are reflective of the extravagance and excessiveness of Russian rulers.  ...