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Akbar Al Baker Stressed Airport Growth Was A Necessity Not An Option During


 

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker has called on the British government to urgently address capacity constraints at London Heathrow to avoid a ‘catastrophic situation’ for the country’s economy.

Al Baker was vocal in support for a third runway at the world’s busiest international airport to remain competitive with rival European airport hubs.

The government recently began a review to address the critical airport issues in south east England in the face of growing competition from airports in Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.

Al Baker was speaking during a keynote address to a distinguished gathering of more than 250 global aviation industry professionals and media at the Aviation Club in London.

In his speech, Al Baker said the third runway debate ‘was not an option, but a necessity’ to overcome the capacity crunch Britain’s premier airport was currently facing.

“Heathrow is bursting at the seams and has already reached a critical point,” he said.

“Already heading towards a double dip recession, the UK cannot afford to lose out on the huge benefits a third runway would bring to the economy in south east England and the country as a whole through the creation of more jobs and more business opportunities.”

“No capacity increase will inevitably lead to further economic hardship with job losses and businesses closing down.

“Heathrow is already losing out to European neighbouring hubs that have the resource to expand capacity.

“Measures to expand need to be taken soon to avoid a catastrophic situation in the future. The UK government cannot afford to immerse itself in long winded debate and public enquiries. Action needs to be taken.”

 

 

Al Baker stressed that it would be a grave mistake if no immediate investment was made in an industry that continues to experience demand outstripping supply.

“While the proposed idea of a new airport ‘Boris Island’ in Kent is a good idea, this is a project that will potentially take at least 20 years to materialise if the go-ahead is given today. Can the UK wait 20 years?

“During this period, we will see airports expand significantly across the Continent – and of course in my region.”

He said that bilateral constraints compounded the problem of ineffective competition.

“Not just in the UK, but governments around the world need to wake up to reality of doing business today. Air corridors should be opened up to give passengers more choice,” he pointed out.

“Qatar Airways has managed to steadily increase frequency to five daily flights between Heathrow and our Doha hub, but we believe there is demand for further expansion on the route.

“As we prepare to move to a brand new airport in Doha next year, the opportunities that will present themselves are enormous. But to really take full advantage of our new home, we need more services from places like London to cater to the demand,” he added.

Qatar Airways has been a huge investor at Heathrow over the years moving its operations to a dedicated, larger departures area in Terminal 4 and opening its first airport lounge outside Qatar with the official unveiling of the new Premium Lounge at T4, said Al Baker.

“With our Boeing 787 Dreamliner entering London Heathrow as our first long-haul route with this aircraft in a few weeks’ time, this demonstrates the level of confidence we have in our UK operations. The government needs to understand the importance of allowing airlines to expand and keep them at Heathrow otherwise there is a risk carriers will move away.”

During his speech, Al Baker explained the growing importance of Gulf carriers and the dynamism they were bringing to the aviation industry with service excellence and a focused strategy.

He said that recent industry developments showed that the world of aviation had woken up to the advent of Gulf carriers – Qatar Airways becoming a member of the oneworld alliance, Emirates’ tie-up with Qantas, and Etihad’s partnership with Air France KLM.

“We have been considered pariahs in the global marketplace. The notion that Gulf carriers are the black sheep of the airline industry is far from reality. The Gulf carriers are here to stay, successfully building strong hubs in Doha, Dubai and Abu Dhabi,” said Al Baker.

He explained that the Gulf region had long faced the wrath of critics opposing the dramatic expansion of its airlines.

“It is in Europe that the fiercest of critics have voiced their opinions. I have personally faced criticism from legacy carriers in Europe, falsely accusing Gulf carriers of using government money to subsidise growth.” 

Al Baker said that the complaining tactics used by legacy carriers demonstrated their ignorance of Gulf carriers’ business models and that those who criticised with baseless arguments were afraid of the competitive threat posed by the region. “The region is no longer a follower, but a pacesetter that other airlines were watching closely with envy,” he said.

He argued that in Europe, unions had taken over airlines forcing the industry to drastically change their business style to stay alive. As a result, airlines have had no choice but to cut capacity, scale back expansion, shed jobs and reduce service levels – quite the opposite of the Gulf business model.

Instead of complaining, legacy carriers needed to seriously look at their own backyard and get on with their business and focus on the customer, said Al Baker.

Opposing the attitude of European carriers, Al Baker said: “Critics have argued that Gulf petro dollars were being pumped into this region helping fuel our expansion. Having long realised the industry's potential to drive economic growth, our governments as shareholders have a right to inject equity. If we are questioned for government support then we should definitely be questioning the decades of support in the form of state-aid that legacy European carriers have been enjoying.” 

Al Baker went on: “Airlines have to be mindful of the volatile market situation. I had predicted that the global economy would hit rock bottom with another recession on the horizon. Events such as the Arab spring and economic woes in central and southern Europe have not made things easier for our industry.

“Being an optimist, I always keep looking for solutions to problems – whatever they may be. Qatar Airways has made best use of opportunities in challenging times and has managed to carve a niche for itself in the global aviation industry. We will continue with the same aggressive expansion.” 

He touched on the issue of the need for transparency in financing and processes at the leading aviation industry body, International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents the interests of most of the world’s passenger and cargo airlines. He said the new IATA guard was reshaping IATA to make it a better organisation for members.

This year, Al Baker was voted onto the IATA Board of Governors, selected by fellow airline executives and this resulted in an increase in representation for Middle East carriers on the revamped 10-member IATA board.

“I am delighted that IATA, now under the new stewardship of Tony Tyler, understood my concerns and acted accordingly to reflect the demands for greater transparency and for improved membership representation from my region on its board,” said Al Baker.

He ended his speech on a positive note that Qatar Airways planned to induct 15 new destinations next year, of which the airline had already announced three, including Chicago next April – its fifth North American gateway.

In just 15 years of operations, Qatar Airways has built up a solid international route network winning countless awards for high service levels on the way, including the Skytrax Airline of the Year Award for the second year in a row. 

Qatar Airways currently flies a modern fleet of 111 aircraft to 119 key business and leisure destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America.

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  Issue 70

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World Hajj & Umrah Convention, 11-12 February 2012, British Museum, London–UK

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Rye: a quaint historic town in East Sussex

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Arab Spring Countries At World Travel Market Optimistic About Tourism

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Exciting Horizons From New Exhibitors At WTM

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London’s Shubbak Festival: Penetrating flash of insight into Arab culture

  Issue 65

Heracles to Alexander the Great: Treasures from the Royal Capital of Macedon

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British Museum's Afghan exhibition extended due to popular demand

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Hadrian’s Wall
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British Museum Showcases Omani Jewellery

  Issue 62

Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland
Bigger And Better Every Year
  Issue 60

Middle East & North Africa Travel Association (MENATA) launched at World Travel Market

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Windsor: The Largest Inhabited Castle In The World

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Aladin's Cave Re-discovered: London's Silver Vaults

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London's Garden Museum
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British Library Showcases Magnificent Maps

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Ramadan In London: Muslims And Non Muslims Celebrate Spirituality And Diversity

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Dickens House
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Holland Park
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Chatham and Gillingham: Britain›s Historic Ports

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London International Fine Art Fair: Beauty & Elegance

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Ashridge Estate
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Fortnum & Mason Showcases British Crafts

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Wales offers middle east travellers family fun adventures

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London Canal Museum
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  Issue 53

London Eye
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British Museum Showcases Muslim World's Extraordinary Legacy

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Historic Baths Draw Visitors To English Country Town

  Issue 51

First Nations Contribution To Winter Olympics Showcased By Canadian High Commission in London

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British Museum Introduces Native North American Indian Rituals

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Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland: an ideal day out for the family

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Chasing Mirrors
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Stratford-upon-Avon thrives on Shakespeare's legacy

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Moctezuma
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Magic of Arab calligraphy attracts students from four continents

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Hampton Court
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  Issue 48

Africa
Tremendous potential for the development of tourism
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Impressive middle eastern stands at world travel market

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Southall
London's Little India
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Warwick Castle
Bringing the past to life
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London University Showcases Work of Kazakh Craftswomen

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Avebury
A mysterious present from the past
  Issue 45

Britain’s Premier Holiday Location Now Easier to See

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Stonehenge
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Arabic Translation of Obama's biography announced at London book fair

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The Lure of the East
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The New Forest
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Adventure Travel Show
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Hastings
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African States Eager To Promote Islamic Sites

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Luxury Travel Fair

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Destinations
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Southampton
History Comes Alive In The Old Town
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WTM 2006
Emphasis on the link between sport and tourism
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Spain Lives In Puebla
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Hereford
Rural England At Its Best
  Issue 26

Ramadan In Britain
Spiritual Havens In A Secular Society
  Issue 26

Buckingham Palace
Where the Queen lives and works
  Issue 25

British Travel Awards 2006
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Activities of the arab tourism organisation

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1001 Inventions
Enlightened Tribute To Muslim Discoveries
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Britain Hosts Festival
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  Issue 22

London's International Travel Shows
Attract Muslim Countries
  Issue 22

World Travel Market
Arab and Muslim presence grows from strength to strength
  Issue 21

Greenwich
Where time began
  Issue 20

Forgotten Empire
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Trafalgar
The decisive battle reinvented by tourism
  Issue 18

Destinations
Newcomers set up impressive stands
  Issue 17

Cardiff
From the Industrial Revolution to Yemeni Mosques
  Issue 17

The Muslim World
An ideal adventure travel destination
  Issue 16

Haj
The most sacred journey on earth
  Issue 15

World Travel Market
Arabs optimistic despite Middle East's negative image
  Issue 15

The Muslims in London
Striving for self-sufficiency without isolation
  Issue 14

Britain embraced
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  Issue 13

Awards to Islamic Tourism
Inspire confidence
  Issue 13

The Rise of Islamic Tourism
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British Travel Trade Fair
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  Issue 10

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The Thames
London's lifeline, England's pride
  Issue 8

Edinburgh
The Muslim community of Edinburgh and their central mosque
  Issue 6

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