Qatar Airways flies all-female flight from Brussels to Doha

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Qatar Airways flies all-female flight from Brussels to Doha

Qatar Airways praised a milestone trip on Sunday, March 10, as its booked administration from Brussels to Doha was worked by a group made up altogether of 15 ladies. 

The Airbus A350 departure from the Belgian funding to the carrier's center in Qatar was the first run through all group individuals – from the cockpit directly through to the lodge – had a 100 percent female list. 


The aircraft as of late declared a ten-year organization with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for the dispatch of the 'IATA Diversity and Inclusion Awards', which advance more noteworthy sexual orientation expansion in the avionics business. Qatar Airways has focused on supporting the honors for the following decade, as it perceives the need to urge ladies to succeed and exceed expectations at all dimensions of the business. The primary champs will be declared at the IATA AGM in June. 

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, stated: "Qatar Airways is focused on advancing sex decent variety, both inside our aircraft and the business all in all. Our departure from Brussels to Doha is a demonstration of our more extensive objective of guaranteeing that ladies are similarly spoken to at Qatar Airways, and perceives that the most developed social orders incorporate ladies in the most elevated positions of initiative." 

Remarking on the flight, European Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc, stated: "Ladies in transport are under-spoken to, establishing under 5 percent of female pilots internationally. We have to change this and reinforce ladies' work in the flying division. Activities like Qatar Airways' trip with an all-female team are an incredible model how to cut down generalizations and urge more ladies to join the division. Later on I would like to see more flights with a female chief and a female co-pilot and increasingly solid activities for a sex adjusted avionics division. More prominent sexual orientation parity can drive advancement and improvement in all divisions of society. No one but together would we be able to make a planet that flourishes and social orders that bloom." 

Talking upon the arrival of the flight, Member of the European Parliament Isabella De Monte, stated: "Qatar Airways' everything female group flight leaving today from the capital of Europe, the recorded place where there is social rights and sexual orientation equity, features the aircraft's pledge to line up with the soul of the EU-Qatar Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement. Such an activity sends an unmistakable message to the world. Sexual orientation balance is about solid activities and I acclaim Qatar Airways' pledge to make solid strides toward that path." 

Chief General Mobility and Transport at the European Commission, Henrik Hololei, stated: "It is superb to see that Qatar Airways urges more ladies to join the flying segment and advances this extraordinary industry among future aeronautics experts." 

Qatar Airways as of now works an advanced armada of in excess of 230 air ship by means of its center point, Hamad International Airport (HIA) to in excess of 160 goals around the world.