Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi’s Sky Scrapers the Main Shooting Ground for Fast and Furious

Abu Dhabi’s Sky Scrapers the Main Shooting Ground for Fast and FuriousAbu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE is mainly a business centre just like its neighboring city Dubai. It represents the face of the Middle East which is different from what is seen on the news.

Abu Dhabi Airport Announced a Record Increase in Commercial Sales in the First Half of the Year

Abu Dhabi Airport Announced a Record Increase in Commercial Sales in the First Half of the YearIn an announcement on Tuesday, the Abu Dhabi Airports said that in the first half of the year, it achieved record commercial sales amounting to Dh 707.6 million. That's a whooping jump of 10.9% when compared to the initial six months of last year.

Abu Dhabi Awards Received Record number of Nominations

abu-DhabiAbu Dhabi Awards, which recognizes the ordinary citizens for doing some extraordinary good work, has received a record number of nominations this year.

According to the organizers, this year the nominations for Abu Dhabi Awards have reached 36,404, the highest ever in the event’s ten years.

In the Second Quarter Residential Rates Increase by Three Percent in Abu Dhabi

In the Second Quarter Residential Rates Increase by Three Percent in Abu Dhabi A new report revealed that the residential rents in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi has increased by three percent in the second quarter this year. The report says that the rent is further expected to rise in this year owing to a limited supply of new units.

Tony Douglas, CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports to Join as Chief of UK Defence Procurement

Tony Douglas, CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports to Join as Chief of UK Defence ProcurementTony Douglas, the Abu Dhabi Airports chief executive will be leaving his post for greener pastures as he has been appointed as chief executive of Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S). He will be leading the procurement of the UK Defence Ministry. Douglas will join the new post in September.

Speed Limit on a Certain Stretch of Dubai-Al Ain Highway Dropped to 100 Km Per Hour from 120 Kmph

Speed Limit on a Certain Stretch of Dubai-Al Ain Highway Dropped to 100 Km Per Hour from 120 KmphA change in the speed limit on a certain portion of route E66 of Dubai was announced by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). The reason for the change in speed limit results from a number of accidents that happened on the highway of late.

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