Qatar Airways intends to grow capacity year on year by 21 percent this summer, thanks to an aggressive increase in frequencies, the reinstatement of routes that were suspended for the past couple of years, and new routes. But the rate at which this is possible depends...
Time has been the decisive factor in finding a solution between Airbus and Qatar Airways over the various issues between the two, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury has said. He spoke to AirInsight on Thursday after the presentation of the 2022 annual results. On February 1,...
In an unexpected twist of the story, Airbus and Qatar Airways agreed to terminate their legal dispute over the A350. The two companies announced an “amicable and mutually agreeable settlement” early evening Central European Time. Interestingly, the agreement includes...
Qatar Airways has announced a comprehensive codeshare agreement with Air Serbia, the airline of Central European Serbia. The agreement follows an earlier interline partnership between the two airlines. What makes it extra interesting is that Air Serbia is still partly...
The first few weeks of 2023 promise to be busy ones for those involved in the legal dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways over the A350 paint quality issue. Technical experts are to inspect aircraft in Doha and prepare technical reports, while Justice Waksman will...
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