Qatar Airways returned to profitability for the first time since 2017 and reported its highest-ever profit for FY21/22 at QAR 5.6 billion ($1.54 billion). According to the airline, this is 200 percent above its highest historical profit in 2016 and comes in a year...
The legal dispute between Qatar Airways and Airbus over the paint quality issues of the A350 is set to be delayed by another year. Unless the two parties find a way to settle the case earlier, a three-month expedited trial will be scheduled in June 2023. Qatar Airways...
The fight for ITA Airways has entered a new phase, with two parties submitting their bids with the Italian Ministry of Economic Affairs just before midnight on Monday, May 23. They are MSC and Lufthansa on one side and Certares/Delta Airlines/Air France-KLM on the...
India’s Go First Airways (previously GoAir) is finally planning to list on the stock exchange through an initial public offering (IPO) in July, as air travel recovers from the pandemic. Go First Airways had earlier filed their offer document with the stock...
Jet Airways’ restart, after three years of the grounding of the airline, has completed a crucial milestone towards restart. The carrier has been granted its Airline Operator Certificate (AOC ) on May 20, having satisfied the request of the Indian regulatory agency...
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