Saudi revokes Qatar Airways’ licence

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Posted on: June 6, 2017

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Saudi Arabia's aviation authority has formally withdrawn Qatar's licence to land and fly in the country. Saudi's General Authority of Civil Aviation also ordered its offices to to be closed within 48 hours. In a statement, the authority also said licences granted to Qatar Airways' employees would be withdrawn. Saudi Arabia had already suspended flights to and from Qatar on Monday, amid a diplomatic row between the kingdom and Qatar. Qatar Airways is wholly owned by the Qatari government. The airline group employs more than 40,000 people worldwide. Read More

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