After leaks .. Qatar Airways announces a “decision” imposed by Corona

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Qatar Airways A statement to the Associated Press, Wednesday, confirming the layoffs.

The statement stated "The unprecedented impact of our industry has caused major challenges for all airlines and we must act decisively to protect the future of our company."

Qatar Airways and Al-Baker expressed the company’s hope to restore the staff once the global flight out of the epidemic.

Qatar Airways, which started operating in 1994, has a fleet of more than 200 aircraft taking off from the newly built Hamad International Airport in Doha.

and since Corona epidemic Airlines carried Country, To operate flights to return its citizens, as well as to intensify its shipping operations.

The company did not provide any numbers on the number of employees to be laid off, but an email message to the company’s CEO was leaked online that said the number would be "Great" It will include a number of aircraft crews.

Akbar al-Bakr wrote in the memo, Sunday: "The global outlook for our industry appears grim and many airlines are significantly closing or reducing their operations. Now, we have to face a new reality, seeing many borders being closed, leaving many of our destinations closed and planes stopping as a result, without any expectations of immediate and positive change."

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Qatar Airways sent a statement to the Associated Press on Wednesday confirming the layoffs.

“The unprecedented impact of our industry has caused major challenges for all airlines and we must act decisively to protect the future of our company,” the statement said.

Qatar Airways and Al-Baker expressed the company’s hope to restore the staff once the global flight out of the epidemic.

Qatar Airways, which started operating in 1994, has a fleet of more than 200 aircraft taking off from the newly built Hamad International Airport in Doha.

Since the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, Qatar Airways has operated flights to return its citizens, in addition to intensifying its cargo operations.

The company did not provide any figures on the number of employees to be laid off, but an email message to the company’s CEO that was leaked online said that the number would be “significant” and would include a number of aircraft crews.

“The global outlook for our industry appears bleak and many airlines are significantly closing or reducing their operations. Now, we have to face a new reality, seeing many borders being closed, leaving many of our destinations closed and planes stopping as a result,” Akbar Al-Baker wrote in the note dated Sunday. , Without any expectation of an immediate and positive change. “







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