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PODCAST 37: How Qatar rode the storm and Dassault’s new Falcon

As Dassault rolls out its first new business jet of a generation, which legitimately can claim to be a game changer, we hear how the 6X took its place in the Falcon family.

But while business aviation is looking at new horizons, the airline business has been in survival mode – or as Akbar Al Baker, the CEO of Qatar Airways group says, it is about doing the right thing.

Qatar kept flying throughout global lockdowns and in this piece, and Al Baker explains just how that was done.

We also get to talk to French company Moment who have a new portable wireless IFE system and have been selected by Air Senegal to introduce this to its fleet.

This, plus all the news for the aerospace industry across the Middle East and Africa. 
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