1. Exclusive: Inside the hangar at the center of the $1 billion Airbus-Qatar jet dispute  Reuters
  2. Qatar Airways' $1 Billion Lawsuit Over Peeling Paint On Planes  NDTV
  3. Airbus Is In Talks With Qatar Airways Over A350 Saga  Simple Flying
  4. Airlines body warns of fallout from Airbus-Qatar Airways dispute  Reuters
  5. Qatar Airways demands $1 billion from plane-maker Airbus over 'peeling paint'  Hindustan Times
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Two high-tech Airbus A350 jets sit idle with their windows taped and engines covered in a floodlit hangar in the Gulf, hobbled by an international legal dispute between European industrial giant Airbus and Qatar's national carrier.Two high-tech Airbus A350 jets sit idle with their windows taped and engines covered in a floodlit hangar in the Gulf, hobbled by an international legal dispute between European industrial giant Airbus and Qatar's national carrier.

Exclusive: Inside the hangar at the center of the $1 billion Airbus-Qatar jet dispute | Reuters

The head of Qatar Airways on Tuesday accused plane-maker Airbus of acting like a "bully" as their billion-dollar dispute over peeling paint looked no closer to a resolution.The head of Qatar Airways on Tuesday accused plane-maker Airbus of acting like a "bully" as their billion-dollar dispute over peeling paint looked no closer to a resolution.

Qatar Airways' $1 Billion Lawsuit Over Peeling Paint On Planes

Both sides said they hoped to reach a negotiated settlement after their latest hearing in May, when a London high court judge agreed to a speeded-up trial schedule. | World NewsBoth sides said they hoped to reach a negotiated settlement after their latest hearing in May, when a London high court judge agreed to a speeded-up trial schedule.

Qatar Airways demands $1 billion from plane-maker Airbus over ‘peeling paint’ | World News - Hindustan Times

Emirates has been among the airlines suffering the most from Boeing’s aircraft delivery delays. Emirates has been among the airlines suffering the most from Boeing’s aircraft delivery delays. 

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WASHINGTON — Europe’s top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that paint or surface erosion on A350 jets, which are at the center…

Europe regulator sees no safety concern in A350 paint dispute | Financial Post

Europe regulator sees no safety concern in A350 paint dispute | Financial Post

The latest Tweet by Bloomberg states, 'Gulf carrier Emirates says it’s in talks to take delivery of Airbus A350 wide-body jets over a shorter period as uncertainty continues around the handover of Boeing's delayed 777X model ...' Gulf Carrier Emirates Says It's in Talks to Take Delivery of Airbus A350 Wide-body Jets ... - Latest Tweet by Bloomberg.The latest Tweet by Bloomberg states, 'Gulf carrier Emirates says it’s in talks to take delivery of Airbus A350 wide-body jets over a shorter period as uncertainty continues around the handover of Boeing's delayed 777X model ...' Gulf Carrier Emirates Says It's in Talks to Take Delivery of Airbus A350 Wide-body Jets ... - Latest Tweet by Bloomberg.

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Emirates President Tim Clark wouldn't lose any sleep if his existing 787-9 order was canceled in order to concentrate on getting the 777Xs flying. Emirates President Tim Clark wouldn't lose any sleep if his existing 787-9 order was canceled in order to concentrate on getting the 777Xs flying.

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Europe's top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that paint or surface erosion on A350 jets, which are at the centre of a legal dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways, represented a safety issue. "We have inspected the airplane. We saw no damage which could imply safety issues," Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), told reporters on the sidelines of an air safety conference in Washington.Europe's top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that paint or surface erosion on A350 jets, which are at the centre of a legal dispute between Airbus and Qatar Airways, represented a safety issue. "We have inspected the airplane. We saw no damage which could imply safety issues," Patrick Ky, executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), told reporters on the sidelines of an air safety conference in Washington.

Europe aviation regulator says no safety concern seen in A350 paint dispute

Qatar Airways is open to constructive discussion in its dispute with Airbus on damage to A350 aircraft but expects goodwill on both sides, the airline's chief executive said on Monday. ... | June 22, 2022Qatar Airways is open to constructive discussion in its dispute with Airbus on damage to A350 aircraft but expects goodwill on both sides, the airline's chief executive said on Monday. ... | June 22, 2022

Qatar Airways CEO says goodwill needed to solve Airbus row | MarketScreener

The head of Qatar Airways on Tuesday accused plane-maker Airbus of acting like a "bully" as their billion-dollar dispute over peeling paintThe head of Qatar Airways on Tuesday accused plane-maker Airbus of acting like a "bully" as their billion-dollar dispute over peeling paint

Qatar Airways Demand $1 Billion Over Peeling Paint On Planes - Pragativadi

Qatar Airways Group is optimistic regarding its legal battle with Airbus over skin-paint deterioration affecting A350s, although it cautions in its full-year financial statement that a judgement against the airline could have a material impact.Qatar Airways Group is optimistic regarding its legal battle with Airbus over skin-paint deterioration affecting A350s, although it cautions in its full-year financial statement that a judgement against the airline could have a material impact. The airline says it "remains extremely positive" in its assessment of prospects for the case, ...

Profitable Qatar Airways optimistic over prospects in A350 legal wrangle | News | Flight Global

EASA, the European safety agency, said it found "no evidence" that the problems on the Airbus A350 posed a safety risk.The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), which regulates the airline industry within the European Union, said it found "no evidence" that problems with the A

Another blow to Qatar: EASA claims the Airbus A350 is safe - Aviacionline.com

The airline will operate A380s as a replacement in the near futureThe airline will operate A380s as a replacement in the near future

Qatar Airways open to ‘constructive’ dialogue with Airbus over A350 dispute | Aviation – Gulf News

The airline will operate A380s as a replacement in the near futureThe airline will operate A380s as a replacement in the near future

Qatar Airways open to ‘constructive’ dialogue with Airbus over A350 dispute | Aviation – Gulf News

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Europe's top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that paint or surface erosion on A350 jets, which are at the center of aEurope's top aviation safety regulator said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that paint or surface erosion on A350 jets, which are at the center of a

EU Regulator Sees No Safety Problem With A350 Paint at Center of Legal Dispute

The Airbus-Qatar Airways (QR) dispute over A350 paint deterioration continues with talks of settlement.

Airbus, Qatar Airways in Discussion on A350 Dispute – Airways Magazine

Two high-tech Airbus A350 jets sit idle with their windows taped and engines covered in a floodlit hangar in the Gulf, hobbled by an international legalTwo high-tech Airbus A350 jets sit idle with their windows taped and engines covered in a floodlit

Inside the hangar at the center of the $1 bln Airbus-Qatar jet dispute | Al Arabiya English

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The planemaker acknowledges the difficult solution but continues to maintain communication with the carrier.The planemaker acknowledges the difficult solution but continues to maintain communication with the carrier.

Airbus Is In Talks With Qatar Airways Over A350 Saga

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