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Qatar Airways will be the 777-8 Freighter launch customer with a firm order for 34 jets and options for 16 more, a total purchase that would be worth more than $20 billion at current list prices and the largest freighter commitment in Boeing history by value.
In an escalating feud over the grounding of A350 aircraft, Qatar Airways has stopped accepting further deliveries of the wide-body aircraft from Airbus until the problem with degradation of exterior fuselage surfaces is resolved.
Kano and Port Harcourt will become the seventh and eight new African gateways launched by Qatar Airways since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to an ongoing issue with its A350 fleet, Qatar Airways has started bringing its mothballed A380 super-jumbo jets out of retirement as it prepares to cope with the football World Cup.
Accelerated surface degradation condition adversely impacting Qatar Airways' Airbus A350 aircraft.
Qatar Airways’ reinstated nonstop flights will make it even easier for travelers from around the world to visit Bulgaria – a truly unique country that has something to offer for everyone.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the airline has applied rigorous additional health and safety measures on board its flights in an effort to minimize contact between crew and passengers.
Qatar Airways continues to develop its schedule and network by increasing frequencies to many popular destinations across the world while adopting the strictest safety measures both on the ground and in the air, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of passengers and staff.
As this will be the first ever FIFA Arab Cup, Qatar will showcase the best of pan-Arab football.
Today marks the one-year countdown to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Qatar Tourism reveals 10 spectacular new hotels and attractions set to open before the kicks off.
The aircraft, which is anticipated to join the Qatar Airways’ fleet in the near future, will be the world’s largest and most efficient twin-engine jet, delivering 20 percent lower fuel consumption and emissions than previous generation aircraft.
The pilot project was launched on four (4) routes, with plans to extend to the rest of its cargo network of over sixty (60) freighter destinations and more than one-hundred forty (140) passenger destinations worldwide.
Landmark gathering brings together the CEOs of member airlines ushering in a new era of collaboration for Arab air carriers as COVID-19 turns into an endemic.
Recent grounding of 19 Airbus A350 fleet by the regulator due to ongoing issue relating to accelerated surface degradation below the paint has resulted in reluctant decision to return the A380 into service.
With Qatar Airways growing network, the airline can offer passengers from Sheremetyevo seamless connectivity to popular destinations in Asia, Africa, Middle East and the Americas, and top sunshine getaways like Maldives, Seychelles and Zanzibar via the ‘Best Airport in the World 2021’, Hamad International Airport (HIA).
Countries in the GCC include the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain and they all offer a good range of flight options and a varied tourism product, which appeals to European travelers.
In recognition of the noble task done by African government leaders and other key personalities in the development and promotion of tourism in African, the African Tourism Board (ATB) has awarded the Continental Tourism Awards to some of its leaders.
RwandAir’s new Kigali – Doha nonstop flights from December will provide a seamless travel experience connecting Africa to the world.
Tourism Seychelles and airline partner Qatar Airways have intensified their efforts to reinforce the destination’s visibility in Switzerland by organizing a meeting with travel, media, and industry professionals in Zurich on Thursday, September 23.
The upcoming expansion of services in Egypt will further provide Egyptian football fans more travel options to attend the FIFA Arab Cup 2021 in Qatar, enjoy the finest Qatari hospitality and follow their national team in person.
The resumption of services will enable passengers flying from and to Medina to enjoy seamless connectivity to over 140 destinations of the airline's extensive global network in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas via Doha Hamad International Airport.
Qatar Airways Group made significant progress in its ambition to forge new strategic partnerships with several major airlines, including American Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines and China Southern Airlines.
Kazakhstan is an adventurer’s paradise, with landscapes varying from snow-capped mountains to expansive deserts, rocky canyons, coniferous forests, and untouched river deltas. Visitors can also admire historical landmarks including the bright-yellow towers of the famous Zenkov Cathedral in Almaty.
The Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) Assessment was developed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), with the support of ROUTES, as part of IEnvA - IATA’s environmental management and evaluation system for airlines. Compliance with the IWT IEnvA Standards and Recommended Practices (ESARPs) enables airline signatories to the United for Wildlife Buckingham Palace Declaration to demonstrate that they have implemented the relevant Commitments within the Declaration.
The coalition includes stakeholders working on a broad array of topics related to sustainable aviation, including sustainable aviation fuels, infrastructure, operations, and technology, and it looks for trendsetters when identifying new potential members.
The service is currently operated by Qatar Airways’ modern Airbus A320 featuring 12 seats in Business Class and 120 seats in Economy Class.
Qatari and Turkish technical teams have helped restore operations at the airport, which was damaged during the chaotic evacuations of tens of thousands of people to meet the US troop withdrawal deadline of August 31.
The African Tourism Board applauds Qatar Airways for its commitment to Africa and welcomes the new Doha to Lusaka and Harare flights. It's now a lot easier and faster for passengers in America, Europe, India, Asia or the Middle East to connect through Doha, Qatar to get to both Zambia and ZImbabwe
Qatar Airways expects Airbus to have established the root cause and permanently corrected the underlying condition to the satisfaction of Qatar Airways and our regulator before we take delivery of any further A350 aircraft.
Africa is a hugely important market for Qatar Airways and this latest partnership will help support the recovery of international air travel and offer unrivalled connectivity to and from a number of new African destinations.
The travel and tourism industry in the GCC nations has witnessed massive growth over the past few years.