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A Qatar Airways-painted Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on a test flight. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Katie Bailey)

Qatar Airways Expands U.S. Operation with Over 85 Weekly Flights

Qatar Airways is finally getting its operation back to pre-pandemic levels. Beginning June 1, the airline will resume service to Atlanta four times weekly and have 12 gateways into the United States – two more than before COVID-19 disrupted the industry. The announcement also revealed increased frequency to six other major U.S. cities, bringing Qatar's service to the country to over 85 weekly flights. Qatar Bolsters America Network Qatar has announced increased service to seven U.S. destinations, including Atlanta, Boston,…

Oman Air Resumes Flights to Africa While Increasing Domestic Flights

Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways may be the three largest major airlines that most people think of when traveling to or connecting through the Middle East, in particular the Persian Gulf region. The three carriers have announced prominent flight resumptions and brand new routes, especially to Africa, where competition…

February Wave of 737 MAX Cancellations Hits Boeing

Chicago-based Boeing’s net sales for 2020 currently sits at 28 aircraft cancellations. The airline recorded its first orders of the year in February following a quiet January. BBAM announced an order for three converted 737-800 freighters and two weeks later All Nippon Airways (ANA) committed to a firm order for…

Oman Air Takes Delivery of First 737 MAX

Oman Air took delivery of their first 737 MAX on Wednesday, just one of 30 MAX airplanes Oman’s flag carrier has on order. “At Oman Air, offering the best possible on board experience is key to our success and the 737 MAX has already earned a reputation for its exceptional…