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Flying: What will the new normal look like?

Flying: What will the new normal look like?

There are many ways to describe how the return to service for most airlines will be. Slow, gradual, measured – perhaps even nervous as the world continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic ...

Significant investments needed to make flying sustainable

Significant investments needed to make flying sustainable

Climate change is now a sad reality — the world is already 1.1°C warmer than it was at the onset of the industrial revolution, and it is already having a significant impact on the world, and on people’s lives.

The true cost of flying ‘low cost'

The true cost of flying ‘low cost'

Over the last decade, low-cost airlines have dominated the air travel sector. Around the world, passengers have become accustomed to being able to fly 2,000 miles for as little as $20.

US govt should not restrict Qatar Airways from flying to the country, say 3 airlines

US govt should not restrict Qatar Airways from flying to the country, say 3 airlines

The US government should not restrict Qatar Airways or Air Italy from flying to the United States because it may lead to the unravelling of other aviation agreements around the world ...

Modi's plan to get millions more Indians flying faces turbulence

Modi's plan to get millions more Indians flying faces turbulence

The slow pace of fitting out regional airports risks delaying Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plan to launch more flights connecting smaller towns and cities and get millions more people using air travel.

Qatar Airways launches club for its youngest passengers

Qatar Airways launches club for its youngest passengers

New flying club for the airline’s youngest passengers is designed to put even more fun into flying for children

Ooredoo sponsors Al Khor Fly-In

Ooredoo sponsors Al Khor Fly-In

Ooredoo is sponsoring the ninth annual Al Khor Fly-In, which will take place at Al Khor Airport on Friday and Saturday.

Cebu Pacific offers 50% off to the Philippines

Cebu Pacific offers 50% off to the Philippines

Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippines' largest airline, is offering a special 50% discount on fares to Manila until January 19 or until seats last.

Qatar calls for support to IAEA

Qatar calls for support to IAEA

The unstable conditions in the Middle East require serious work to rectify the situation, eliminate the causes of tension and imbalance in the implementation of international commitments..