Qatar Airways CEO “fine” with A321neo delays | AeroTime Exclusively from Sydney

EXCLUSIVELY FROM SYDNEY | 5 June 2018

Qatar Airways CEO “fine” with A321neo delays

Speaking to the media at IATA 74th AGM Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker confirmed its company is well aware of the delays of  Airbus A321neo family aircraft, but said he is “fine” with it, as the new model planes won’t be needed for the carrier until 2020.

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Exclusively from Sydney | Next deadly bomb might as well be cyber

A globalized world also means globalized threats. This aspect is significant within aviation and is understood by the industry. Aviation safety is in the first line when it comes to facing emerging international terrorism. Meanwhile, another threat emerges with electronic warfare and the next deadly bomb might as well be cyber. To discuss the matter, three actors of aviation safety have been invited by IATA for their World Air Transport Summit in Sydney.

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Laudamotion opens bases in Vienna and Berlin

Laudamotion opened two bases in Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) and Vienna International Airport (VIE) on June 1, 2018, and is to offer European travel destinations.The airline emerged from NIKI, daughter company of Air Berlin.

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Qatar’s Al Baker begins IATA’s chair cadence

The CEO of Qatar Airways Akbar Al Baker began his term as the 77th Chair of IATA’s Board of Governors (BoG). Al Baker was elected  back in August 2017 and is to chair the organization until June 2019, when he’ll be replaced by Lufthansa’s Spohr.

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