Articles tagged “gulf carriers”

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Gulf Carriers to Operate Shuttle Flights to Doha for World Cup

Not only would the arrangement help ease pressure on Doha, which has been struggling with limited accommodation facilities for the World Cup, but could also boost Qatar's ties with Saudi Arabia and allies following the restoration of diplomatic relations by the four Arab states with Doha.

Gulf Carriers to Operate Shuttle Flights to Doha for World Cup

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Dubai Airport CEO Expects Pre-Covid Traffic Levels by 2024

As Dubai Airport gears up to reach pre-pandemic levels, CEO Paul Griffiths expects oil prices and inflation to drive up airfares. However, he is confident that demand would remain undented.

Dubai Airport CEO Expects Pre-Covid Traffic Levels by 2024

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Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights

Many people remain stranded far from home because they can't get transit flights onward to their final destinations. So it's good news for many workers and families that Emirates and Etihad are restarting transit flights through hub airports in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Emirates and Etihad Will Resume Transit Flights

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An Executive’s Retirement Signals the End of a Golden Era at Emirates

As he retires, Tim Clark will be celebrated as an aviation visionary. He deserves all the credit. But Emirates is slowly losing many of its competitive advantages.

An Executive’s Retirement Signals the End of a Golden Era at Emirates

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Dubai Puts Freeze on Futuristic Airport Project Until Further Notice

Looks like Dubai overdid it again. Construction work is on hold at its World Central-Al Maktoum airport due to stagnant tourism and slowing economic growth.

Dubai Puts Freeze on Futuristic Airport Project Until Further Notice

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The Grounding of the Max 737 Is Stoking More Open Skies Hypocrisy

United Airlines supports a trade group that rails against almost everything Qatar Airways does. But this summer, United will put its customers on Qatar Airways jets to fly across the Atlantic. This is interesting, right?

The Grounding of the Max 737 Is Stoking More Open Skies Hypocrisy

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American CEO on Gulf Carrier Pact: ‘Someone Is Cheating Already’

Remember when the Trump administration suggested in May it had solved the ongoing dispute between U.S. and Gulf carriers? Hah. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker is already complaining one competitor is ignoring the spirit of the agreement.

American CEO on Gulf Carrier Pact: ‘Someone Is Cheating Already’

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Etihad Airways Will Shrink Further and Reduce Global Ambitions as Losses Mount

Few airline companies have been as poorly managed as Etihad. It is a wonder the carrier is still flying at all. Shrinking the airline is the right move, but is it enough? Or should Etihad simply go out of business?

Etihad Airways Will Shrink Further and Reduce Global Ambitions as Losses Mount

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Emirates President Won’t Rule Out More U.S.-Europe Nonstop Flights

It's funny. Fifth Freedom flights — those are routes where an airline flies from a place other than its home country — account for roughly 1 percent of Emirates' capacity, according to the airline's president. And Emirates has only two such routes to the United States. But it's a hot topic among airline insiders, and it doesn't sound like that will change.

Emirates President Won’t Rule Out More U.S.-Europe Nonstop Flights

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Delta Air Lines Will Return to Mumbai Despite Competition from Gulf Carriers

By most accounts, there's not much heft in the new agreements the U.S. government reached with Qatar and the United Arab Emirates over airline subsidies. Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways will still carry a significant number of travelers between the United States and India. Perhaps the updated diplomatic agreement isn't the reason Delta is returning to India. Maybe it's just a good market.

Delta Air Lines Will Return to Mumbai Despite Competition from Gulf Carriers