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    Dubai World Central passenger flights to commence with Wizz Air pt 1

    Audio: Dubai World Central is to open to passenger flights on October 27, 2013. Launch carrier will be Wizz Air, based in Central Europe and in this part Phil Blizzard speaks to Jozsef Varadi, CEO, Wizz Air about the airline and its operations, the tough European market and their ‘bold’ approach with four services to Dubai.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, April 03 - 2013 @ 15:31
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    Deloitte – Middle East trends for e-commerce

    Audio: Tends in the uptake of e-commerce across the Middle East are highlighted by Emmanuel Durou, Director, Consulting – Strategy, Deloitte Middle East. In this podcast with Phil Blizzard he also talks about the ways e-commerce will evolve in this region.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, April 02 - 2013 @ 11:43
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    Iraq Parliamentarian talks on oil squabbles between Kurdistan and Federal Government

    Audio: “The oil squabbles between Kurdistan and Federal Government have been going on for more than two years” says H.E. Adnan Al-Janabi, Chairman, Oil & Energy Committee, Parliament, Republic of Iraq. In conversation with Phil Blizzard he makes the call for the implementation of the Oil & Gas Law, talks about their vast reserves of oil, said to be more than 300 billion barrels and their strategy for production.

    Listen Audio » Iraq:Monday, April 01 - 2013 @ 15:03
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    Dubai International now second busiest airport in the world

    Audio: The latest figures published by Airports Council International confirms that Dubai International Airport (DXB) is now the second busiest international airport in the world. Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports, in this report by Phil Blizzard, says that London’s Heathrow Airport is firmly in their sights now that DXB has overtaken Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, March 31 - 2013 @ 12:48
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    Erwin Bamps, COO, Gulf Craft Pt 2 – significant growth in demand for smaller craft

    Audio: Whilst the impressive looking superyachts catch the eye and media attention it is the smaller craft which is the main business of UAE manufacturer Gulf Craft. Phil Blizzard talks to Erwin Bamps, COO, Gulf Craft about the significant growth for the much smaller craft, which is the mainstay of the company which is now into its 31st year of operations.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Monday, March 25 - 2013 @ 09:15
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    TravelNews – Emirates await Qantas, Dreamliner battery rebuild, new routes for Qatar Airways

    Audio: Phil Blizzard with a round-up of the key stories from around the region and beyond, including the announcement by Boeing of a redesign for the batteries of the troubled and grounded Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The news of the new international airport in Qatar, new routes for Qatar Airways, innovations on-board from passengers of Flydubai and Emirates awaiting the arrival of the first flight by Qantas into Dubai.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, March 24 - 2013 @ 14:24
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    Erwin Bamps, COO, Gulf Craft Pt 1 – Growth of the superyacht market

    A video version of this interview with Erwin Bamps, filmed on board a Majesty 125 superyacht, can be watched in our video section.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, March 24 - 2013 @ 10:41
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    Mohamed Youssif, CEO, Yahlive – Growth of satellite delivered HD TV pt 2

    Audio: UAE Based satellite operator Yahlive are looking at growing their bouquet of 45 HD TV channels to an ‘exclusive club’ of just 140 channels. Mohamed Youssif, CEO, Yahlive explains to Phil Blizzard their strategy for restricting the number of channels and also talks about their joint venture with European satellite operator SES, which he views as a collaboration of expertise.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Monday, March 18 - 2013 @ 09:51
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    Mobile wallets are around the corner – can we trust RFID?

    Audio: Our debit card could soon go the way of the chequebook and become a relic in terms of how we make purchases. RFID (radio-frequency identification technology) will allow us to tap and swipe our way to simple transactions – but is it secure? Nicolai Solling, Director of Technology Services at HelpAG Middle East, speaks to Steven Bond about the RFID trend and potential security issues.

    Listen Audio » Middle East:Thursday, March 14 - 2013 @ 16:38
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    Mohamed Youssif, CEO, Yahlive – Growth of satellite delivered HD TV pt 1

    Audio: High Definition (HD) television across the Middle East is set to grow with the satellite delivery service being offered by Abu Dhabi based Yahlive, part of the Mubadala owned Yahsat. Phil Blizzard talks to Mohamed Youssif, CEO, Yahlive about the formation of Yahlive and the service it offers to broadcasters and viewers.

    Listen Audio » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, March 14 - 2013 @ 11:54

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