Qatar Airways' $1.5bn profit versus Emirates' $1bn loss - why?
Interesting analysis from a former director of strategy at IAG, on Qatar Airways’ surprisingly strong ...
28 September 2017
DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Airways has further strengthened its commitment to Italy with the acquisition of a 49 per cent of AQA Holding, the new parent company of Meridiana fly (Meridiana), while the previous sole shareholder Alisarda has kept 51 per cent.
Qatar Airways currently flies from Doha to Rome, Venice, Pisa and Milan a total of 42 times per week and this partnership will further strengthen the airline’s ties to Italy, while promoting job creation within the country, and from where it connects passengers to more than 150 destinations around the world.