Qatar celebrates 25 years with massive global sale
Fingers crossed that no one tells the Qatari carrier it’s supposed to RECIEVE gifts on its birthday, not the other way around.
APAC carrier named world’s safest airline for 2022
Winning the world’s safest airline seems like something all carriers would be proud of, much more so than the notably less coveted “world’s most turbulent airline” award.
APEX launches new ‘WORLD CLASS’ rating with seven airlines nabbing the top spots
Some people might read the headline and only see WORLD CLASS and APEX, but don’t be fooled; we’re not talking about Mt. Everest.
Qatar Airways CEO succeeds Alan Joyce as Oneworld’s new chairman
Do you only read Travel Weekly for news about airline alliances? Well, consider this our latest effort to keep you subscribed.
Federal government closes India travel loophole after Aussie cricketers return home
by Ali Coulton
ScoMo and Hunt have been left red-faced after some cheeky Aussie athletes proved Australia’s travel ban for India was not airtight.
“There is still a pay gap”: Qatar Airways’ regional boss on gender equality in the travel industry
by Huntley Mitchell
There’s plenty of gold in this interview we did with Qatar Airways’ Cassandra Kerr, so we’re marking this one a ‘must read’.
Emirates suspends Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne flights, as government increases repatriation efforts
Meanwhile, Etihad has taken this opportunity to reaffirm its commitment to repatriating stranded Aussies. Nice one, guys.
Qatar Airways teams up with Ponant to dabble in expedition cruising
The airline’s destination management arm is offering up a pretty spiffy adventure cruise, proving it is possible to be master of the sky and the sea.
Qatar Airways entangled in online recruitment scam
Adding to its already horrendous news week, the airline has become embroiled in an online recruitment scam.
Passenger on same Qatar Airways flight as invasively-searched women thought plane was being hijacked
A 73-year-old woman has recounted her disturbing experience of being on a Qatar Airways flight when several Australian women were forced to have invasive vaginal examinations by authorities.
Women from 10 flights taken for invasive medical examinations in Qatar, says Australia’s Foreign Affairs Minister
More troubling details have emerged over the Qatar airport incident involving a number of Australian women.
“Offensive, grossly inappropriate” vaginal examinations of female plane passengers reported to Australian Federal Police
The federal government is demanding answers from the relevant authorities, after 13 Australian women were forced to undergo invasive medical examinations at an international airport.
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