Bahrain’s New Terminal Positions Airport to Serve Larger Role in Middle East
1 year ago
1 year ago
The Grand Prix will go on in a few weeks in Bahrain, just without spectators. Sponsor Gulf Air and other organizers made the right call.
The Associated Press | 2 years ago
Qatar's regional disputes are mounting, but its status as a global hub and destination isn't falling off a cliff.
Associated Press | 5 years ago
The U.S. State Department regularly advises U.S. citizens on travel to foreign countries. Police brutality protests and shootings have prompted the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Bermuda to caution their own citizens about travel to the U.S.
Associated Press | 6 years ago
The tourism board's spirit is in the right place, but the key to experiential travel is giving the traveler the tools to discovery these things on his or her own.
Raji Unnikrishnan, Gulf Daily News | 8 years ago
Floating hotels are always touted as a unique and luxurious experience, but none have made a name for themselves that compares to iconic on-land properties.
Ahmed Al Omari , Gulf Daily News | 8 years ago
Bahrain's national airline Gulf Air didn't take off like Emirates or Qatar leaving the destination envious of its neighbors' tourism booms. Bahrain is now focusing all attention on Asia in its second attempt to build an aviation hub.
Deena Kamel Yousef, Bloomberg | 8 years ago
Bahrain's veneer of normalcy may be good enough for Formula One, but it can't cover up the simmering issues that will likely tear apart a nation dependent upon lots of external forces to keep its act together. The next Dubai it's not.
Alexander Dziadosz, Reuters | 9 years ago