Qatar Airways is not interested in taking a stake in another European airline, but is looking at the option of buying into Royal Air Maroc (RAM) or Indigo. “I don’t want to go and work in a climate with so much employee control on the company,” Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker said at the Dubai Air Show this week, referring to ongoing labor issues at European airlines including at Lufthansa and Air France-KLM. “Changing the name to a different kind of wings does not ...

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