Qatar Airways admits losing money over Gulf ban | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 25 April 2018

Qatar Airways admits losing money over Gulf ban | AeroTime

Qatar Airways admits losing money over Gulf ban

In June 2017, Qatar was accused by other Gulf countries of supporting terrorism. Shortly after, its national company Qatar Airways was blocked from 18 airports in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt. The planes of the company are also forbidden to use airspace over those countries.

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German heavy helicopter competition reported

Representatives from Boeing and Sikorsky, two companies competing for a heavy transport helicopter contract awarded by the Bundeswehr, announced during the ILA Airshow in Berlin on April 26, 2018 that the official request for proposals from the Germany army would be reported to the end of 2018.

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Embraer’s latest commercial jet made certification

Embraer’s latest commercial jet E190-E2 aircraft received on-time certification by the Federal Aviation Administration, European Aviation Safety Agency and Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency. 

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LOT union strike to disrupt Baltic travel plans on May 1st

Hundreds of flights on the 1st of May are planned to be delayed or even cancelled, as a result of disagreement between the Polish national carrier and its trade unions.

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