Qatar Airways is the national airline of the State of Qatar. Based in Doha, the Airline’s trend-setting on-board product focuses on: comfort, fine cuisine, the latest in-flight audio & video entertainment, award-winning service and a modern aircraft fleet averaging around 4 years of age. Awards by industry audit Skytrax - Airline of the Year (2011, 2012, 2015) - World's Best Business Class (2013, 2014) - Best Lounge - Business Class (2014) - Best Airline in the Middle East (2014, 2015) - Best Business Class Seat (2015) By 2015, Qatar Airways plans to serve more than 150 key business and leisure destinations worldwide with a fleet of more than 150 aircraft. The airline flies to Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America, and South America. We welcome you to join and participate in our communities. Qatar Airways is looking for the very best candidates to help support the Airline's incredible growth.
Type
Private
HQ
Doha, QA
Founded
1997
Size (employees)
21,165 (est)
Qatar Airways was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Doha, QA
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Qatar Airways Office Locations

Qatar Airways has offices in Doha, Chicago, New York and London
Doha, QA (HQ)
Airport Road, Tower 1
London, GB
87 Brompton Rd
Chicago, US
1310 John Hancock Center 875 N Michigan Ave
New York, US
7630 350 5th Ave
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1997
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Qatar Airways CEO urges fair and transparent regulation in aviation

Qatar Airways chief executive officer Akbar Al Baker has emphasised the need for a fair and transparent regulation in the aviation industry. Al Baker delivered a keynote in front of leading aviation experts and executives from around the world, gathered at the Centre for Aviation conference in Sydn…

Qatar Airways CEO Apologizes for Saying His Job Must Be Held by a Man

Akbar Al Baker said his job was too difficult for a woman.

The CEO of Qatar Airways apologized for saying a woman couldn't do his job

The CEO of Qatar Airways, apologized for saying that a woman couldn't do his job because it was "very challenging." Roughly 20,000 out of the airline's 46,000 global employees are women. The airline was also the first to employ female pilots and one of the first to train female engineers, the CEO …

Qatar Airways boss apologizes for remarks on women CEOs

SYDNEY (Reuters) - The head of Qatar Airways apologized on Wednesday for saying that a woman could not do his job.

The CEO of Qatar Airways said that a woman couldn't do his job because it is 'very challenging'

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar al Baker said his company must be led by a man because it is a "very challenging job." It elicited boos and groans from a room of journalists at a transportation conference. He attempted to row back the comments later in the day, saying he would actually welcome a woman as …

Qatar Airways CEO Said Something So Dumb It Only Could Have Come from a Guy

Men who think only men can "handle" business challenges won't like what research has shown.
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