Only one man in the world can say he's broken the sound barrier in the sky and on the ground
They account for less than one tenth of global private jet sales, but Middle East clients can be the most demanding in the world. Rightly so, say their suppliers
Huge orders from Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airlines surprised no one -- but who's going to fill all those extra seats and at what cost?
Five-star hotels, rooftop whirlpools, wacky décor and intriguing locations -- who would have thought value accommodations could offer so much?
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Dubai is the cool new kid on the world's culinary block. Just ask any of the celeb chefs who are filling tables here
"The days where air shows were dominated by Paris and Farnborough are gone," says one analyst. Here's how Dubai's becoming an aerospace center
One of the world’s most beautiful things will be turned into a hotel
Dubai's Al Maktoum International Airport is expected handle 160 million passengers upon completion in 2027
Covered-up singer strikes a pose in front of mosque, sparks ire
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