Sunday, June 3, 2007
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — America's Universal Studios will develop its fourth theme park with a $2.2 billion project in the Middle East boomtown of Dubai, a government-held firm has announced. It will be modeled after Universal's theme parks in Florida, California and Japan, offering Mideast vacationers attractions designed by creative consultant Steven Spielberg and based on the movies such as King Kong and Jurassic Park.
Founded just under a year ago in Abu Dhabi, Falcon Aviation represents one of the first locally-owned helicopter businesses to enter the UAE market. A daunting but potentially beneficial task, the company speaks openly about the challenges ahead.
The whole of the UAE is booming and it also helps us that they are growing the industry away from reliance on oil to tourism