From Qatar Airways New In-Flight Menu To Dubai’s Hai Ramadan, 5 Middle East Updates For You

What's Making Headlines in Dubai and Beyond!

by Deeplata Garde
From Qatar Airways New In-Flight Menu To Dubai’s Hai Ramadan, 5 Middle East Updates For You

The UAE continues to be a hub of activity, with Dubai and its neighbouring regions witnessing a flurry of developments across various sectors. From entertainment to aviation, hospitality to transportation, significant updates are shaping the landscape of the Emirates. Let’s delve into some of the latest buzz-worthy updates making waves in the Middle East.

Bebe Rexha Cancels Untold Dubai Performance


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Bebe Rexha recently announced via an Instagram story that she will no longer be performing at the Untold Festival in Dubai. Scheduled to perform on the Main Stage on day two of the festival, Bebe expressed her regret due to unforeseen circumstances. However, she reassured her Dubai fans of her love and hopes to return for a performance soon.

Qatar Airways Elevates In-Flight Dining Experience

Qatar Airways is set to revamp its in-flight dining experience with new menus, dishes, and passenger dining experiences. Partnering with Gategroup, the airline aims to enhance inflight dining through collaboration on sourcing, healthy eating initiatives, and sustainability efforts. Passengers can expect a new level of culinary excellence on their journeys.

Jumeirah Group Introduces Exclusive Suite Collection

Jumeirah Group has launched an exclusive collection of suites and villas, offering comfort, privacy, luxury, and personalized service. The newly renovated summerhouses and private villas at Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf in Madinat Jumeirah are inspired by Arabian aesthetics. Each summerhouse features multiple bedrooms, a suite, a majlis, a courtyard, and beach access, promising an indulgent stay experience.

RTA’s Ambitious Goal for Self-Driving Transport

Dubai’s Road and Transport Authority (RTA) reaffirms its commitment to making a quarter of transport services self-driving by 2030. With plans to introduce 4,000 driverless taxis, Dubai aims to reduce traffic congestion, emissions, and accidents. Despite the ambitious target, current self-driving transportation stands at 9.4 percent, highlighting the city’s progress towards autonomous mobility.

Expo City Dubai Hosts Hai Ramadan Event


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Expo City Dubai invites all UAE residents and visitors this festive season with the Hai Ramadan event. Featuring cultural experiences, family-friendly activities, and delectable iftars and suhoor, Expo City Dubai aims to create a vibrant and inclusive atmosphere during the Holy Month. Visitors can also enjoy immersive projections at Al Wasl Plaza daily from 5 PM to 12 AM, with free entry for guests with iftar and suhoor bookings.

As the Middle East continues to evolve and innovate, these latest updates underscore the region’s dynamism and forward-thinking approach. From entertainment extravaganzas to culinary revolutions, the Emirates remains at the forefront of global progress, offering residents and visitors alike an unparalleled experience. As we eagerly await further developments, one thing is certain: the UAE’s journey towards excellence shows no signs of slowing down.

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