The month of May closed on a positive note for Brussels South Charleroi Airport with 748,876 passengers crossing the tarmac, seven percent more than in May 2017.
September came to an end with a two-figure growth at Brussels South Charleroi Airport, with 10 percent more passengers, over 2016 figures.
Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi continues to lead the hospitality industry’s business tourism in the capital with a reported increase in its occupancy rates during the first to third quarter of the year, at 82 percent.
New destinations will be added to the Middle East and Africa portfolio of Kempinski Hotels in the coming months and throughout 2018, with two prestigious openings in the pipeline and additional projects underway in the UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Africa.
Sharjah International Airport achieved a 3.29 percent growth in passenger traffic during the first nine months of the year, with 8.6 million passengers.
Sharjah International Airport witnessed impressive figures for the month of August.
Global passenger traffic data for August from The International Air Transport Association (IATA) showed that demand increased by 7.2 percent compared August 2016.
Thailand is expecting continued growth in the third quarter of this year with an estimated 5 percent jump in international arrivals to 8.7 million tourists.
In the second quarter of the year (Q2), WestJet reported net earnings of CAD48.4 million (USD38.43 million), up 32 percent over Q2 2016.
Global Infrastructure Hub's latest report, Global Infrastructure Outlook, revealed that by 2040, USD94 trillion will be needed across the world to close the infrastructure gaps needed to support global economic growth.