Qatar Airways announces Summer schedule with plans to expand network to more than 140 destinations

Qatar Airways announce its summer schedule, maintaining its position as the leading international carrier providing reliable global connectivity. Having never stopped flying throughout the pandemic the airline has worked diligently to be the world’s leading airline for safety, innovation and customer experience. By the peak of the IATA Summer Season, the national carrier of the State of Qatar … Continue reading Qatar Airways announces Summer schedule with plans to expand network to more than 140 destinations

Qatar Airways expands its network in Africa

Qatar Airways continues to be the leading global carrier connecting Africa, operating one of the largest and most reliable networks in the region. Having become the largest international carrier during the early stages of the pandemic, the airline has applied its unrivalled knowledge of global passenger flows and booking trends to rebuild its Africa network to … Continue reading Qatar Airways expands its network in Africa

Qatar Airways introduces festive touches to surprise and delight Passengers this holiday season

Airline will create bespoke menus, decor and heartwarming moments throughout the customer experience. Qatar Airways welcomeσ this festive season by creating special moments that will surprise and delight our passengers both on board and on the ground. Passengers departing to and from Qatar Airways’ destinations in the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and select destinations in … Continue reading Qatar Airways introduces festive touches to surprise and delight Passengers this holiday season

U.S. airlines most likely to bump passengers

Involuntary denied boardings occur when passengers who have a confirmed seat on a specific flight cannot be accommodated on that flight and are thus “bumped”. Passengers are usually bumped due to tickets being oversold. The Vacationer analyzed publicly available Air Travel Consumer Reports from the U.S. Department of Transportation in order to determine which airlines most frequently “bumped” passengers … Continue reading U.S. airlines most likely to bump passengers

How will airlines be able to adapt to the current conditions in order to fly again?

We all agree that aviation is one of the most global of global industries. But now the industry is in survival mode, with airlines, airports and ground-handling firms all desperate to conserve their cash reserves, while their normal revenue streams have dried up. Vast parts of the network have been shut down as a result … Continue reading How will airlines be able to adapt to the current conditions in order to fly again?