Qatar Airways will have to seek government support eventually, Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker told Reuters, warning that the Middle East carrier could soon run out of the cash needed to continue flying. Several states have stepped in to help airlines hammered by the coronavirus pandemic that has virtually halted international travel, with the United States offering $58 billion in aid. Qatar Airways is one of few airlines continuing to maintain scheduled commercial passenger services and over the next two weeks expects to operate 1,800 flights.
Reuters exclusively reports Qatar Airways to need state support
29 March 2020, 12:00 am. 1 minute
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