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Forgotten Aircraft: A Look At Qatar Airways’ Airbus Narrowbodies

Simple Flying 24 Sep 2021
Think Qatar Airways, think widebodies and long-haul flights ... While Emirates increasingly uses flydubai, Qatar Airways has its own in-house single-aisle aircraft. Qatar Airways has 32 narrowbodies, but 50 are due to arrive ... Qatar Airways’ narrowbodies ... Qatar Airways ... This A320, leased from Castlelake, began with Qatar Airways in 2012.
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What Aircraft Types Has Qatar Airways Operated?

Simple Flying 18 Sep 2021
Qatar Airways today operates a mixed Airbus and Boeing fleet ... Qatar Airways now operates 19 A350-1000 aircraft but has more on the way ... As of March 2021, Qatar Airways had 223 aircraft in its fleet ... Looking back, Qatar Airways has operated plenty of other types ... Qatar Airways started service in 1994, using two leased Airbus A310 aircraft.
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More Than 750 US Military Bases Remain Around the World

truthout 20 Aug 2021
So, our list defined such a major base as any “specific geographic location that has individual land parcels or facilities assigned to it… that is, or was owned by, leased to, or otherwise under the jurisdiction of a Department of Defense Component on behalf of the United States.”.
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The secrets of the Pentagon: Why the forever wars can continue as the war on ...

Alternet 20 Aug 2021
So, our list defined such a major base as any "specific geographic location that has individual land parcels or facilities assigned to it… that is, or was owned by, leased to, or otherwise under the jurisdiction of a Department of Defense Component on behalf of the United States.".
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The All-American Base World

Antiwar 20 Aug 2021
So, our list defined such a major base as any “specific geographic location that has individual land parcels or facilities assigned to it… that is, or was owned by, leased to, or otherwise under the jurisdiction of a Department of Defense Component on behalf of the United States.”.
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Qatar Airways statement on Airbus A350 aircraft

The Manila Times 19 Aug 2021
As the airline is focused on protecting its reputation for offering the highest levels of customer experience, Qatar Airways is cooperating with all the leasing companies affected by this A350 grounding that have started to inspect impacted aircraft. Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker, said.
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Qatar- QDB announces start of applying for Jahiz initiative

MENA FN 10 Aug 2021
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Qatar Development Bank (QDB) announced the start of applying for the initiative to lease complete and ready-to-operate industrial facilities (Jahiz) which aims at supporting ... .
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Qatar Airways 'ordered' to ground 13 Airbus aircraft

The Jordan Times 08 Aug 2021
DOHA — Qatar Airways said on Thursday that it had been ordered by regulators in the Gulf state to ground 13 of its Airbus A350 aircraft over the rapid degradation of fuselage surfaces ... Qatar Airways has 34 A350-900 types and 19 A350-1000s in its fleet, according to an Airbus document ... Qatar Airways is regulated by the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority.
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Qatar Airways 'ordered' to ground 13 Airbus planes: airline

The New Arab 05 Aug 2021
Qatar Airways said on Thursday that it had been ordered by regulators in the Gulf state to ground 13 of its Airbus A350 aircraft over the rapid degradation of fuselage surfaces ... Qatar Airways has 34 A350-900 types and 19 A350-1000s in its fleet, according to an Airbus document ... Qatar Airways is regulated by the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority.
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LATAM Wants To Transfer Boeing 787s From Chile To Brazil

Simple Flying 26 Jul 2021
Photo ... Somehow, LATAM’s A350s also became thorns in Delta Air Lines and Qatar Airways plans; but that’s another story. Therefore, the airline decided to reject the leasing contracts, and simplify its long-haul fleet under one OEM, Boeing ... Photo ... LATAM recently rejected the leasing contracts of its Airbus A350 fleet, therefore the need for the 787s ... ....
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LATAM’s Airbus A350s Are Under Scrutiny – What’s Going On?

Simple Flying 09 Jul 2021
The Qatar Airways leases have ended, and Delta canceled its purchase agreement for the jets ... In 2017, LATAM and Qatar Airways entered into agreements for Qatar Airways to lease two Airbus A350-900s ... In March 2020, Qatar Airways and LATAM started to look into options for the Airbus A350s leased to the Middle Eastern carrier.
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Where Did Saudia Fly Its Boeing 747-100s?

Simple Flying 08 Jun 2021
Saudia has been a very large Boeing 747 operator over the years, with a huge range of types used ... The year 2006 had the most 741 flights in that decade ... Photo. ... Photo. 22 747-100s. Saudia, which is the Middle East’s largest airline this summer, operated 22 B747-100s in all, including the short-range variant, 747SR-81s, leased from Qatar Airways ... .
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Qatar Airways CEO Sees Huge Potential In RwandAir Partnership

Simple Flying 02 Jun 2021
In February last year, Qatar Airways announced intentions to purchase a 49% stake in Rwanda’s national carrier, RwandAir ... Qatar Airways sees vast potential in its RwandAir partnership ... In September, it was revealed that the airline would not be taking these jets, instead looking to lease equivalent jets from its Qatar Airways partnership.
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Qatar Airways CEO: Air Italy’s 737 MAX Aircraft Are Not Coming Back

Simple Flying 26 May 2021
With a minority stake through a holding company, Qatar Airways’ order for 737 MAXs were destined for its Italian investment. Now that the Italian airline no longer exists, Qatar’s Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker says the MAXs will not be re-appearing in the Middle East ... Getty Images Qatar Airways’ 737 MAX order ... Qatar Airways.
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Why The Airbus A350 Was Redesigned Before It Was Launched

Simple Flying 21 May 2021
It has now been more than six years since the Airbus A350 XWB family entered service with Qatar Airways in January 2015 ... Photo. Vincenzo Pace ... Photo ... However, despite an order from Qatar Airways, the A350 came under fire from lessors ILFC and GECAS. These leasing companies were two of Airbus’s largest customers, and their Presidents (Steven F.
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