Nin Dawarsi Ka Dhex Bilaabay Rakaabkii Diyaarada Ay Ku Wada Safrayeen

Nin Dawarsi Ka Dhex Bilaabay Rakaabkii Diyaarada Ay Ku Wada Safrayeen

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Qatar Ends Visa Requirements For 80 Nations, Calling Itself ‘Most Open’ In Region

“Qatar is now visa-free for over 80 countries around the world,” says Group Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker of state-owned Qatar Airways, as the small nation announced that it will issue waivers rather than visas — and won’t be charging for the service. Continue reading “Qatar Ends Visa Requirements For 80 Nations, Calling Itself ‘Most Open’ In Region”

Skyscraper Lit In Qatar Airways’ Colors Amid Dispute

New York — The Empire State Building in New York City has been lit up in burgundy and white for Qatar Airways amid a diplomatic dispute with Qatar. Continue reading “Skyscraper Lit In Qatar Airways’ Colors Amid Dispute”

British Airways Wants To Borrow Qatar Planes During Cabin Crew Strike

Union says plan aims ‘to break legally compliant industrial action’ Continue reading “British Airways Wants To Borrow Qatar Planes During Cabin Crew Strike”

Qatar Airways Seeks To Buy Stakes In American Airlines

US carrier files for required permit to allow Qatar’s state-owned carrier to buy 10-percent stake in American Airlines. Continue reading “Qatar Airways Seeks To Buy Stakes In American Airlines”

Saudi: Gulf Rift Bigger Than Air Rights, Can’t Be Resolved At ICAO

Montreal, CA – Saudi Arabia, one of four Arab states that have cut ties with Qatar, said on Thursday that the rift was a bigger political issue than airspace rights and could not be resolved at the U.N.’s aviation agency, according to a source familiar with talks. Continue reading “Saudi: Gulf Rift Bigger Than Air Rights, Can’t Be Resolved At ICAO”

Gulf Ministers Face Off Over Qatar Airspace Row At U.N. Agency

Montreal, CA – Gulf aviation officials met on Thursday to discuss the airspace standoff resulting from the Arab world’s biggest powers decision to cut ties with Qatar, prompting Doha to invoke a 1944 international agreement to try to ease the logjam. Continue reading “Gulf Ministers Face Off Over Qatar Airspace Row At U.N. Agency”

Qatar Diplomatic Crisis: All The Latest Updates

The latest news after Arab Gulf countries cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and suspended Doha-bound flights. Continue reading “Qatar Diplomatic Crisis: All The Latest Updates”

Saudi Arabia, Gulf Nations Cut Ties With Qatar Amid Deep Diplomatic Rift

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Saudi Arabia and three other Arab countries severed ties to Qatar on Monday and moved to cut off land, sea and air routes to the energy-rich nation that is home to a major U.S. military base, accusing it of supporting regional terror groups. Continue reading “Saudi Arabia, Gulf Nations Cut Ties With Qatar Amid Deep Diplomatic Rift”