There must have been a few raised eyebrows at Boeing HQ in Chicago when they heard that Qatar Airways is seeking to reinstate the order for fifty Airbus A321neo’s that Airbus has terminated in January. After which Qatar quickly signed a Memorandum of Understanding for...
Airlines inside and outside Africa are upbeat about the growing opportunities and huge potential in the continent’s aviation industry. Driving this growth is Qatar Airways as it adds more routes on the continent and scales up its operations by acquiring or forging...
As had been anticipated, Qatar Airways has become the launch customer of the Boeing 777X Freighter by announcing an order for up to fifty aircraft on January 31. The freighter will be officially known as the 777-8 Freighter. Qatar also signed a Memorandum of...
Airbus has unilaterally terminated the order from Qatar Airways for fifty A321neo’s and also canceled the delivery of an A350. The airframer says it has exercised its right to terminate the contract “pursuant to a cross-default provision” in the purchase...
UPDATE – The boomerang has flung back on Airbus’ desk: Qatar Airways has issued legal proceedings at the London High Court against the European airframer over the A350 paint quality issue, the airline said in a statement on December 20. Qatar Airways goes to...
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