Dubai: Sharjah’s aviation industry has “huge growth potential” and is well-placed to help boost inbound tourism to the emirate, said Shaikh Khalid Bin Issam Al Qasimi, chairman of Sharjah’s Department of Civil Aviation. In a meeting with a team from Oxford Business Group, Al Qasimi discussed Sharjah’s plans to boost regional connectivi ..
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India’s first dedicated heliport built at a cost of Rs 100 crore for flying in and out of Delhi to ..
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