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The road ahead for Jaguar Land Rover

The road ahead for Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover has had mixed fortunes in the Middle East, but new regional boss Bruce Robertson says the Tata Motors-owned manufacturer is investing heavily in new products and new dealerships

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Face-to-face: Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch

Face-to-face: Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch

Newly appointed CEO talks about the next phase for the airline, the fleet and route expansion plans, and about winning awards

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BMW intent on staying number one in the Middle East

BMW intent on staying number one in the Middle East

BMW has the biggest market share for the premium car segment in the Middle East and seems to be breaking records every year. But for new regional managing director Johannes Seibert, there’s still plenty of work to be done to grow the brand even further...

Henry Ford revolutionised the car industry. Can his great-grandson save the planet from global gridlock?

Henry Ford revolutionised the car industry. Can his great-grandson save the planet from global gridlock?

Bill Ford now runs a $55 billion company that has a claim to being America’s most influential and innovative corporate. In an exclusive interview, the executive chairman of the Ford Motor Company explains how the 111-year-old firm will adapt to the automotive...

Box clever: UPS president Jim Barber

Box clever: UPS president Jim Barber

Jim Barber has spent 29 years with UPS. Climbing the ladder, from delivery man right up to company executive, he has spent his life driving the growth of the global logistics and delivery group. Now his focus is turning toward the GCC, where he believes...

Interview: Willie Walsh

Interview: Willie Walsh

Willie Walsh has always been one of the most outspoken chief executives in the aviation industry but now having steered British Airways and Iberia back into the black, the Irishman is proving there is metal behind his words

UAE to become a hub for scrapping of old aircraft

UAE to become a hub for scrapping of old aircraft

Nearly 50 airplanes have been left abandoned and will be dismantled by Ras Al Khaimah International Airport

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Interview: flydubai's CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith

Interview: flydubai's CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith

New destinations, new aircraft and new services are all in the pipeline for one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, flydubai

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French connection: Air France-KLM chairman

French connection: Air France-KLM chairman

Air France-KLM is midway through a cost-cutting programme that aims to fast-track what was once the world’s biggest airline back to profit. Chairman and CEO Alexandre de Juniac explains how the plan is working, what the carrier is doing to revamp its...

James Hogan: The facts about Etihad

James Hogan: The facts about Etihad

Etihad Airways has become one of the fastest growing airlines in aviation history. In an exclusive interview, President and CEO James Hogan reveals how the airline is funded, and hits back at the growing campaign of smear and innuendo

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Interview: Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths

Interview: Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths

These days it’s not the travel that takes forever, it’s the process of even getting on board a plane. But Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths reveals how he’s planning to have you flying through check in, security and immigration, all from a remote terminal...

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Interview: Kuwait Airways CEO Rasha Al Roumi

Interview: Kuwait Airways CEO Rasha Al Roumi

For two decades, Kuwait Airways has bled millions of dollars as it struggled to compete with the oldest fleet in the region and political tampering. Even its own citizens gave up on the airline. But new CEO Rasha Al Roumi is already making headway in...

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Interview: Transcorp International

Interview: Transcorp International

Rodrigue Nacouzi, founder of Transcorp International, explains how he has found a niche among the big players of the UAE’s competitive trade and logistics market.


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