As rapidly expanding Qatar Airways announced its 100th destination, the airlineâ€™s outspoken CEO, Akbar Al Baker, criticized governments for implementing charges like Europeâ€™s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). He says airlines serve as â€ścash cowsâ€ť to compensate for governmental inefficiency. Speaking at the recent Doha Aviation Summit in Qatar, Al Baker called for industry collaboration to stop â€śunnecessary chargesâ€ť and urged the International Air Transport Association and The International ...
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