IATA hails return of Gulf-Qatar flights as regional airlines face 'difficult times'
International Air Transport Association welcomes the imminent resumption of flights between Gulf countries and Qatar
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which is predicting a $7.1 billion loss for Middle East airlines this year amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, on Saturday welcomed the imminent resumption of flights between Gulf countries and Qatar.
The global aviation authority said the signing of the AlUla agreement will pave the way for commercial airlines to resume regional connectivity which will shorten flight times and provide essential air links to families and businesses across the region.
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