Airline

Garuda Indonesia to offer visa services on Dubai flights

March 29- The Indonesian national carrier will offer an ‘Immigration on-board’ service on its flights from Dubai.  The service, which was introduced on a trial basis on the Tokyo-Denpasar-Jakarta route in February, will begin flights to Jakarta, Bali, or Bandung, from Dubai and Europe on June 2. 

Passengers flying from Dubai who need visas to enter Indonesia will be able to buy ‘Visa on Arrival’ vouchers at the airlines check-in counters.  Immigration officers will check passports during the flights and issue a card that must be given to immigration officials on the ground before leaving the airport.
 

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
Sursock Museum

Sursock Museum

Beirut, Lebanon

The first thing you’ll notice about this museum is the striking architecture – a blend of Venetian and Ottoman styles.  It was built as a residence in 1920 by Nicholas Ibrahim Sursock, a member of the Lebanese aristocracy.  After his death it was supposed to be converted into a museum per his request, but was instead used for fancy receptions.  The museum was not established until t...

Oslo Opera House

Oslo Opera House

Oslo, Norway

This building is home to the National Opera of Norway. Seated at the mouth of Oslo’s fjord, the building was awarded the culture award at the World Architecture Festival in 2008. Over one million people have already visited this beautiful building; we recommend you do the same, if only in passing. Address: Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1 {lo...

Azraq Wetlands Reserve

Azraq Wetlands Reserve

Amman, Jordan

The Azraq Wetlands Reserve is part of what little remains of Azraq's wetlands.  The wetlands originally covered more than 12,000 square km, larger than the entire country of Lebanon.  In the 1960s, Jordan began channeling water from here to use in the cities of Amman and Irbid.  By 1990 the wetlands had completely dried up. In 1994, Jordan's Water Authority and the United Natio...

The kallio Church

The kallio Church

Helsinki, Finland

This towering Church is the most prominent landmark in the Kallio district. It was built about 100 years ago on the blueprints laid by Lars Snock. It depicts Finnish romantic architecture. The building is built in strong grey granite and so the church has a tough look to it but it softens by its serene location at the end of Siltasaarenkatu. Opening times: Tuesday to Friday 12am to 6pm; Satu...