Abu Dhabi’s Etihad and Bahrain’s Gulf Air plan to expand their partnership beyond the current codeshare agreement and will grow their network with new routes, the two Gulf carriers announced on February 17. Etihad CEO Tony Douglas and Gulf Air CEO Waleed Al Alawi...
In a world full of political tensions, 2021 has started on the bright side in the Middle East. The signing of the Al Ula-agreement by the six leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council during their summit on January 5 ends 3.5 years of tensions with Qatar and its...
The feud between Qatar and four Arabian states over the unilateral blockade against Qatar has entered a new chapter. Qatar Airways (not the government, although it is its sole shareholder…) has launched arbitration against the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, Saudi...
It’s mid-July and most airlines have significantly ramped up capacity since June, with more steps to follow this summer. Yet, traffic is still well below pre-Covid 19 levels. We bring you an update, with further updates on American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Vietnam...
Friday, May 15. In recent days, airlines have been announcing a gradual return to flying again. The picture is diffuse, with some offering limited services from the second half of May and others extending their suspensions. So we update our story again. EUROPE: IAG:...
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