Josh Corder

Skift's Middle East Reporter: Josh Corder is the company's reporter out of Dubai, covering on the region's hospitality, travel and tourism sectors. He has been in the region for close to five years, previously running Hotelier Middle East's website and magazine. He is known for his investigative approach in covering the region.

Latest Stories

Tourism

Dubai’s New Man-Made Island Promises Eco-Resorts and Wellness Facilities

A man-made island off the shore of Dubai promising to be environmental? Let's see.

Dubai’s New Man-Made Island Promises Eco-Resorts and Wellness Facilities

Tourism

Marriott Releases Lawrence of Arabia-Inspired Promo Campaign in Saudi

Nujuma opens next month as one of the most expensive hotels in Saudi Arabia.

Marriott Releases Lawrence of Arabia-Inspired Promo Campaign in Saudi

Airlines

Historic Thunderstorms Batter Dubai: ‘Do Not Come to the Airport’

The UAE has endured its worst storm in 75 years with severe disruption to ground and air transportation.

Historic Thunderstorms Batter Dubai: ‘Do Not Come to the Airport’

Tourism

Abu Dhabi’s $10 Billion Plan For Tourism

The capital of the UAE wants to supercharge its tourism sector.

Abu Dhabi’s $10 Billion Plan For Tourism

Tourism

Red Sea Looks to Make its Diving Centers Disability-Friendly

Red Sea is being built from the ground up as an accessible tourism destination.

Red Sea Looks to Make its Diving Centers Disability-Friendly

Tourism

Neom Job Posting Points to E-Visa Program For Saudi Project

Neom is a massive $500 billion development in Saudi Arabia, which potentially could have its own laws.

Neom Job Posting Points to E-Visa Program For Saudi Project

Hotels

Raffles Has A New Vice President For The Middle East

While Raffles is best-known for its classical hotels, the brand is fast-developing in the modern Middle East.

Raffles Has A New Vice President For The Middle East

Hotels

What Ras Al Khaimah Needs to Cash in on ‘Wynn Effect’

Not everyone can afford to stay at the Wynn.

What Ras Al Khaimah Needs to Cash in on ‘Wynn Effect’

Airlines

Flydubai Launches Flights to Saudi’s The Red Sea – $850 Round Trip

The Red Sea is pitching itself as a luxury destination, with hotels and flight prices aligning with that idea.

Flydubai Launches Flights to Saudi’s The Red Sea – $850 Round Trip

Airlines

Etihad COO Mohammed Al Bulooki Steps Down

Etihad CEO Antonoaldo Neves sent an internal memo to staff late Thursday.

Etihad COO Mohammed Al Bulooki Steps Down