On the day it announced plans to launch flights to San Francisco, Qatar Airways CEO insisted that the carrier has no plans to reduce its capacity on any of its routes to the United States.
Akbar Al Baker, CEO of the Doha-based carrier, said it will continue with its expansion to the US market, with demand on its flights remaining “robust”.
“Qatar Airways does not plan to and will not review its frequencies to the United States,” he told a press conference at Arabian Travel Market.
“There was some decline, which means ‘something manageable’. We didn’t have massive declines like other carriers. We still have robust loads in the United States and we will continue our commitment to our passengers in the United States.” More info