Seattle Emerges as Oneworld Hub With Qatar Airways’ Entry
11 months ago
As Cathay Pacific Chairman Patrick Healy rightly points out, the airline will need to use the this extra cash to transform its business, not just to ride out the storm.
Jamie Freed, Reuters | 1 year ago
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.
Alexander Cornwell, Reuters | 1 year ago
The carrier now faces a hard sell in convincing other shareholders to shore it up with additional financing.
Rama Venkat and Jamie Freed, Reuters | 1 year ago
Emirates, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways probably take some government help. But many airlines take indirect subsidies. The Gulf trio is nowhere near as evil as depicted in recent rhetoric by U.S. carriers. American made the right decision in renewing this codeshare agreement.
Brian Sumers, Skift | 2 years ago
Remember non-European Union nationals cannot own more than 49.9 percent of a European airline. So what's Qatar Airways' big plan for International Airlines Group?
Alexander Cornwell and Paul Sandle, Reuters | 2 years ago
This deal would make sense, but only at the right price and only when IndiGo has sorted out its own internal issues.
Rajesh Kumar Singh and P R Sanjai, Bloomberg | 2 years ago
Qatar Airways has been unable to launch its own Indian arm so it's expected to announce this week a strategic cooperation agreement with IndiGo to drive more traffic to and from India. IndiGo keeps growing by leaps and bounds.
Fiona MacDonald and Layan Odeh, Bloomberg | 2 years ago
The era of the 20-hour flight may nearly be upon us. Qantas just has to determine if the human body can withstand the trip first.
Angus Whitley, Bloomberg | 2 years ago
Should Air China, which owns 30 percent of Cathay, buy more of the Hong Kong-based airline and become an even stronger China insider at the carrier? Or should it sell and wash its hands of a company that has incurred the wrath of the mainland? The latter sounds highly unlikely.
Angus Whitley and Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg | 2 years ago