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Arrivals & Departures: Mercedes-Benz inspires Emirates Boeing 777's new look
A first-look inside Emirates multi-million-dollar upgrade to the interiors of its Boeing 777 aircraft reveals new first class private suites and a business class with flat bed and personal minibar. We can all dream, right?
Abu Dhabi: A winning formula for glitzy stopovers
Gold-flecked coffee is just the start of a thoroughly gilded Arabian experience in Abu Dhabi.
Join our Travel Editor on tour in Oman and beyond
Stephen Scourfield will accompany part of a tour to Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Oman in January.
The Travel Club Show : Explore Oman with Stephen Scourfield
Stephen Scourfield returns to a country that captured his imagination on his very first visit. He talks about what makes Oman so extraordinary and explains how you can join him on a very special Travel Club tour.
Louvre Abu Dhabi set to open in November
The Middle Eastern outpost of the renowned Paris museum has been described as “one of the most ambitious cultural projects in the world”.
Our World: Ancient ideas still hold water in Iran
For centuries, water has cooled and cultivated a harsh land on the cusp of two deserts and far from any rivers.
Floating in the saltiest sea on Earth
Fed by the River Jordan, the Dead Sea lies in a land of ancient tradition, hospitality and deeply rooted belief.
A warm welcome in Jordan, "the quiet house in a noisy neighbourhood"
Thanks to its friendly locals and relaxed vibe, this tiny nation defies travellers' expectations of the Middle East.
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