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Airlines ‘culling’ aging jetliners: The end of an era for ‘Big Birds’?

Airlines ‘culling’ aging jetliners: The end of an era for ‘Big Birds’?

The Covid-19 pandemic has plunged the global airline industry into its deepest peace-time crisis ever.

Airfares soar on high travel demand during Eid Al Adha

Airfares soar on high travel demand during Eid Al Adha

Air fares are set to rise to key destinations mainly in the subcontinent as many residents prepare to fly out during the Eid Al Adha holidays, which begin on August 31.

Thousands join march for teen shot by police

Thousands join march for teen shot by police

Thousands of people took to the streets of the Philippine capital yesterday to join a funeral march for a 17-year-old boy killed by police during an anti-drug operation.

Future after this season in doubt for Chancellor

Future after this season in doubt for Chancellor

The hit on Vernon Davis. The strip of Calvin Johnson. The fumble that saved the season in Minnesota. The impact Kam Chancellor has had on the Seahawks over the past seven years has cemented his status as one of the NFL’s best defensive players this decade.

The coming financial volatility

The coming financial volatility

Bond investors are from Mars, and central bankers are from Venus – or so suggests the bond market’s negative reaction to signals that the exceptional monetary-policy accommodation of the last decade is winding down.

Annual N Ireland parades begin peacefully

Annual N Ireland parades begin peacefully

Annual parades in Northern Ireland that frequently trigger sectarian violence began peacefully yesterday with little sign the British province’s political crisis is increasing tensions in volatile areas.

GE sees ‘tremendous’ opportunities in Mideast

GE sees ‘tremendous’ opportunities in Mideast

General Electric Co is looking at opportunities to invest in transportation in the Middle East and Africa after signing a $575mn railway deal in Egypt, and expects growth in all sectors there.

QICCA to host arbitration workshop

QICCA to host arbitration workshop

The Qatar International Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration (QICCA) will host the ‘Qatar International Dispute Resolution Workshop Week’ from April 16 to 20 at Qatar Chamber headquarters, it was announced in a statement.

Promos and prizes galore for Safari Mall 6th anniversary

Promos and prizes galore for Safari Mall 6th anniversary

Safari Mall has announced that it is gearing up to celebrate its sixth anniversary with a number of promotions, offers and prizes.

Qatar Airways orders 100 Boeing jets for up to $18.6bn

Qatar Airways orders 100 Boeing jets for up to $18.6bn

Qatar Airways has agreed to purchase as many as 100 Boeing airplanes for up to $18.6bn, the companies jointly announced on Friday.

Retailers optimistic of steady increase in sales

Retailers optimistic of steady increase in sales

After getting a fillip from the month-long Qatar Summer Festival (QSF), many retailers and boutiques at different malls in Qatar expect their sales to further improve before and after the Eid al-Adha holidays.

Railway worker killed as bomb explodes on train

Railway worker killed as bomb explodes on train

One railway worker was killed and three people were wounded when a bomb exploded on a train in Thailand’s southern town of Pattani yesterday, police said, a day after peace talks between the Thai government and Muslim rebels.