Qatar Airways has plans to launch an airline in India with at least 100 planes, the airline’s chief executive Akbar Al Baker said.
Addressing a press meet in Toulouse, France, Baker did not disclose what kind of type aircraft would be deployed once it starts an airline in India.
It was in March 2017 that Baker first mentioned about its plans for a carrier in India.
“I will not tell you what types of airplanes we will deploy in India but as you may remember we said that we will launch an airline in India which will have a fleet of at least 100 aircraft“
Akbar Al Baker
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