Dignitaries and ambassadors visit Malaysian embassy in Abu Dhabi to sign MH17 book of condolence

Dignitaries and ambassadors visit Malaysian embassy in Abu Dhabi to sign MH17 book of condolence

Dozens of dignitaries and ambassadors have visited the Malaysian Embassy in Abu Dhabi to sign a book of condolences for the victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash. Ambassadors and representatives of UAE-based embassies representing countries around the world, including Ukraine, Mexico, Egypt and South Africa, expressed their sympathy for the victim...

‘If you can’t provide a service, how am I able to cancel it?’

‘If you can’t provide a service, how am I able to cancel it?’

Dear 7Days, I’m writing to you with a severe frustration from the customer care we get throughout several service providers in the UAE. You know we have limited options when it comes telecommunication... »

Why do I have to pay sky high prices to fly in the summer?

Why do I have to pay sky high prices to fly in the summer?

Why do airlines charge extra for people to fly at peak times? I recently booked flights to Europe for two months time, before the end of the school holidays. However, the cost across the board (Virgin... »

Greedy landlord strikes… before tenants move in!

Greedy landlord strikes… before tenants move in!

Will the greed of Dubai’s landlords know no bounds? A colleague just agreed to rent out a villa in JVC, only to be served an eviction notice even before his family moved in! It turns out that its comp... »

Dubai International resumes full operations following runway reopening

Dubai International resumes full operations following runway reopening

Dubai Airports resumed full operations at Dubai International on Monday following the reopening of the northern runway, the company said. Flights that had temporarily moved to Al Maktoum International at Dubai World Central (DWC) while the runway upgrades were underway have also returned to Dubai International. The number of flights at Dubai Intern...

Pakistan to play India in six series, UAE likely to host matches

Pakistan to play India in six series, UAE likely to host matches

India and Pakistan to play six series from 2015 to 2023 Pakistan will play six series against India from 2015 to 2023 as part of a deal which will see Pakistan support India-led changes to the International Cricket Council. The Pakistan Cricket Board’s chief operating officer Subhan Ahmed said there will be up to 14 tests, 30 one-day games and 12 T...