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Qantas and American Joint Venture Within Weeks?

Qantas and American Airlines have said they welcome the US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) tentative approval of the carriers’ joint business. If signed off by regulators, the deal will enable much closer commercial integration between the two oneworld airlines, including

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Royal Air Maroc to Join oneworld

Moroccan flag carrier Royal Air Maroc is set to join oneworld and become the first African carrier with full membership in the alliance. The announcement was made just weeks before the global airline group celebrates its 20th anniversary. The airline is

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Qatar Airways Eyes Alliance Exit

Qatar Airways could withdraw from oneworld as early as next year as tensions continue to simmer with its fellow alliance members. Speaking in New York on October 18, the Doha-based flag carrier’s CEO Akbar Al Baker emphasised the importance of

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More New Destinations for Qatar Airways

Doha-based Qatar Airways has added eight more new destinations to its network for 2017-18. The oneworld carrier will link Doha with Canberra, Australia; Dublin, Ireland; Las Vegas, US; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Medan and Kualanamu in Indonesia; and

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Green Light for Iberia

Iberia has received regulatory approval to co-operate on services between Europe and Japan.  The International Airlines Group (IAG) subsidiary has been granted anti-trust immunity (ATI) by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and is now expected to join

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MAX Order from Malaysia

Malaysia Airlines has been revealed as the customer for a previously unidentified order for 25 Boeing 737 MAX 8s. The deal is valued a $2.75bn at current list prices and also includes 25 purchase rights for MAX 8 and MAX

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