According to Emirates, the Danish capital will be serviced by a daily, non-stop connection with an Airbus A330-200 type aircraft, which can seat 237 persons. The new route makes Copenhagen the airline's 27th destination in Europe and 114th globally.
Hilton Worldwide says it plans to expand its presence in the Middle East by nearly 80% over the next three to four years led by a push to rapidly grow its existing portfolio of hotels in Saudi Arabia. The hotel chain announced this week that it plans to open 10 hotels across the Middle East and Africa in 2011. Already this year the company opened its 10th hotel in theUAE in Ras Al Khaimah, as well as its first in Jordan and Sharjah.
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