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Millennials and Gen Z will be the two cohorts driving demand for buy now, pay later schemes as they were hit particularly hard by the pandemic, according to GlobalData.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to join all relevant Thai public and private agencies to welcome Saudia’s inaugural flight on the Jeddah-Riyadh-Bangkok route that symbolises a return of cordial Saudi-Thai relations, following the historic visit to Saudi Arabia by Thailand’s prime minister, general Prayut Chan-o-cha, in late January.

Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the addition of four new boutique destinations to its global network with direct flights to two destinations in Italy, a new destination in France and in the UK.

Pieter Elbers, CEO, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) visited Dubai Expo January 23, and co-hosted a reception at the Netherlands’ pavilion, attended by senior leaders from within the local Netherlands’ diplomatic and business community and the members of Dutch Sustainability group (DSG) and VIP guests.

Etihad Airways has launched its dedicated sustainability-focused corporate rewards programme, designed to facilitate and deliver corporate partner sustainability goals through carbon offsetting, sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) investments and green surcharge fares.

Royal Jordanian (RJ) and Tamatem, a Jordanian based leading mobile games publisher in the region, sealed a contract to launch in-flight games on RJ flights, aiming to enhance passengers' experience onboard.

Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority recently announced the activation of a number of unprecedented offers for passengers of the carrier.

Dubai-based flydubai and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the national flag carrier of Pakistan, have signed a new interline agreement which will provide passengers with greater options for travel between Pakistan, the UAE and onwards to more destinations on the carriers’ combined networks.

Hamad International Airport (HIA) welcomes new direct flights from Rwanda to Qatar, facilitated by the codeshare agreement between Qatar Airways and RwandAir.

Royal Jordanian (RJ) recently placed the old Alia livery on one of its Airbus 321 to mark Jordan's centennial. The livery soared in the skies from the time the airline was established, in 1963, until it changed its name and logo to Royal Jordanian, in 1986. The aircraft also has Jordan's centennial logo placed on the fuselage.