UPDATE – As probably the last airline to report is 2020-2021 results, Qatar Airways announced a QAR 14.855 billion loss for the most recent full financial year on September 27. While double that of the QAR 7.007 billion loss of 2019-2020, the result is...
Western thinking and views on InterJet and SuperJet may not be fully informed. The status at Air Italy may also not be as clear, or as clean, as we might think. The status of the MC-21 program is also something we don’t hear much about and today we get some...
Qatar Airways has recorded a QR -7.007 billion loss for its fiscal year 2019/2020, down from -4.751 billion the previous year, it announced on September 27. Mind you, this result reflects the year until March 31, 2020, so before the worst of the Covid-crisis hit the...
“Al Baker hungry for new opportunities”, our headline said last week of Qatar Airways looking for new investment options. Today, we know Al Baker can delete one of his projects. Qatar and Alisarda announced on February 11 they will end their partnership in AQA...
US airlines liked open skies, as long as they were going to benefit. Then came the Middle East Three and things changed. Subsidies and other types of state aid for state-owned airlines did not go down well in the US. Especially when these airlines were jumping into...
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