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AirlinesRatings.com has award Singapore Airlines the title of the airline in the world. It ends Air New Zealand's 5-year run atop the rankings.
Singapore Airlines will relaunch the longest flight in the world this week. The non-stop flights between Singapore and Newark, New Jersey — located just outside of New York City — will cover 10,357 miles over nearly 19 hours of flying.
The Airbus A350-1000 entered service with Qatar Airways in early 2018. The fuel-efficient widebody airliner is seen as a rival for the Boeing 777-300ER and a replacement for the aging Boeing 747 jumbo jet.
Skytrax evaluated which airlines have the best business class. Airlines from Asia and the Middle East dominate the list, with Qatar Airways being voted the finest business class in the world.
Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker doesn't believe US President Donald Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric will affect his airline's US business. The CEO also doesn't believe Trump's tough talk about immigration means he wants to shut off the US from foreigners.
Qatar Airways CEO just gave an ominous warning to those who cave to pressure from Qatar’s enemies and shun the country
Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker alleges that his country's enemies are trying to intimidate business partners into shunning Qatar. The CEO cautions that his country will remember those who turned their backs on Qatar.
Air Italy launched its new New York to Milan flight last week. With the arrival of Qatar Airways bankrolled Air Italy, all six carriers involved in the airline industry's nastiest feud compete on a single route.
The CEO of Qatar Airways, where women make up nearly half the workforce, apologized for saying that a woman couldn't do his job because it is "very challenging." In his apology, Akbar al Baker said the airline was the first to employ female pilots and one of the first to train female engineers.
Akbar al Baker's comment elicited groans and boos from journalists at the International Air Transport Association press conference. He attempted to row them back by saying he would welcome a female successor.
The Trump administration and the UAE government agreed to quell the nastiest dispute in the airline industry for a year. However, whether things have really changed is uncleawr