A reactive strategy has helped Qatar Airways keep a significant number of aircraft flying in the crisis, says group chief executive Akbar Al Baker, as the airline prepares for the recovery.Read story
Airlines have been at the sharp end of coronavirus crisis as air travel markets locked down, but the bigger challenge is in how quickly and effectively they reopen. IATA chief executive Alexandre de Juniac believes implementing common standards will be key in global efforts to restore confidence in safe air ...
In an in-depth and exclusive discussion with FlightGlobal, Akbar Al Baker, chief executive of Qatar Airways Group, explains how the coronavirus pandemic has affected his airline.
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