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Articles tagged “qatar”

Airlines

Qatar Airways may be looking at buying Brazil’s Gol; parties deny report

Gol's been in trouble for a while, so if not Qatar, someone will swoop in sooner or later. Meanwhile, middle east airlines continue to spread their wings everywhere.

Tourism

Qatar is betting on Egypt’s tourism rebound with $10 billion investment

Although tourists are still leery about returning to Egypt, Qatar is betting that stability will return and the tourism market won't be ruined up by religious conservatives.

Airlines

How Gulf airlines will change everything about international air travel

Emirates' president offers the best Skift Take: “The international airline community needs to align itself to what is going on in the 21st century, not what was going on in the back end of the 20th century.”

How Gulf airlines will change everything about international air travel

Airlines

Qatar sovereign wealth fund snaps up 20% of Heathrow owner BAA

BAA has never been a fun investment for Ferrovial, which would rather make its money on large construction projects and more dependable investments like toll roads.

Airlines

Mid East airline biggies’ passenger numbers rose at blistering 18% in June

We've been beating this drum here for a while now: the future of aviation is where the numbers show it is.

Hotels

Qatar is the new China: On a hotel buying spree worldwide

Qatar Airlines is making a splash with its expansion, and so are the country's hotel acquisitions around the world, especially in Europe.

Airlines

Qatar Airways is still on the top of the Skytrax charts

Pity the U.S. and European carriers who can't compete with the Middle East's geography, labor laws, customer service, on-time rates, clear baggage policies, and all the other elements which mean Qatar and its regional peers will likely stay on top for some time.

Hotels

Qatar rises above gray to build a brand as mediator