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Kuwait Airways seeks $350m loan to pay for planes

Kuwait Airways seeks $350m loan to pay for planes

Kuwait Airways Corp. is seeking a $350 million loan that will help the Gulf carrier pay for planes, people with knowledge of the deal said.

The state-run airline is talking to banks to raise a five-year facility, said the people, asking not to be identified because the information is private. It’ll be used to make early payments for narrow-body j

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US FAA defends vetting of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

US FAA defends vetting of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft

The US agency that regulates civil aviation said Sunday it followed "standard" procedures in certifying the Boeing jetliner whose anti-stall systems have come under scrutiny after disastrous crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia.

"The 737 MAX certification program followed the FAA's standard certification process," the Federal Aviation Administration

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Influencers should pay for restaurant res, says Gordon Ramsay

Influencers should pay for restaurant res, says Gordon Ramsay

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Dubai-Panama direct flight a 'matter of time' says ambassador

Dubai-Panama direct flight a 'matter of time' says ambassador

A direct flight between Dubai and Panama is “only a matter of time” as the two establish closer trade ties, according to Eduardo Fonseca, Panama’s ambassador in the UAE.

In 2016, Emirates shelved plans for a non-stop flight between Dubai and Panama, which at 17 hours and 35 minutes westbound was billed as the world’s longest flight.

In an

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AED 1m in speeding fines for RAK motorist

AED 1m in speeding fines for RAK motorist

Police has fine a motorist in Ras Al Khaimah over AED1 million ($272,255) for multiple speeding offences believed to have been accumulated in less than two years.

The 23-year-old Emirati driver received 1,200 speeding tickets and 51 fines related to late impounded vehicle fees, reported local media.

Authorities called on motorists to reduce their

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