Qatar Airways Code Share Agreement

“The agreement will increase the choice opportunities for thousands of passengers and allow for smooth service to many new destinations, particularly throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Using our complementary strengths, this agreement will also provide benefits to support the re-establishment of international passenger traffic. “Using our complementary strengths, this agreement will also provide benefits to support the re-establishment of international passenger traffic. In May 2007 (2007-2005), Qatar Airways and Airbus signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the acquisition of 80 Airbus A350 XWBs, including 20 A350-800s and 40 and 20 -900 and 1000 aircraft, the first to be delivered in 2013. [44] The agreement was reached in June at the 2007 Paris Air Show; [45] Three other Airbus A380s were also awarded to the contract. [46] In July of the same year, at the Investigation Ceremony of the Boeing 787 in Everett, Qatar Airways was recognized as a future customer for this type when its logo appeared on one side of the brand new aircraft. At this stage, the company had not confirmed that it had ordered a number of these new aircraft. [47] In November of the same year, a firm order for 30 Boeing 787-8s and options for 35 other -9 or -10 aircraft were confirmed. The order also included 14 Boeing 777-300ERs, six Boeing 777-200LRs and seven Boeing 777Fs, while five other type aircraft were available. The total contract was valued at $13.5 billion.

[48] [49] At the end of November 2007 (2007-11), the airline took delivery of its first 335-seat Boeing 777-300ER. [50] The network continued to grow in 2007 with the arrival of Newark in June[51] Nagpur – the company`s seventh destination in India – in September[52] and Stockholm in November. [53] A new scheduled service to New York-JFK, which began in November 2008 (2008-2011), replaced the Newark Highway. [51] The first two Boeing 777-200LRs were delivered by the aircraft manufacturer in February 2009 (2009-2002). [54] Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are pleased to secure this strategic codeshare agreement with Air Canada to provide our travellers with a smooth journey to and from Toronto with exceptional and durable aircraft, safety, comfort and on-board service. The agreement will increase the choice opportunities for thousands of passengers and allow easy access to a considerable number of new destinations, especially throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Using our complementary strengths, this agreement will also provide benefits to support the re-establishment of international passenger traffic. What do you think of Qatar Airways` codeshare agreement with Air Canada? Do you think this is a good step for the airline? Let us know what you think of the initiative in the comments section.