Qatar Airways will give priority to rehiring laid-off employees when it starts recruiting people to serve the airline's plans to ramp up its network, Group chief executive HE Akbar al-Baker has said.
Speaking to Qatar TV on Tuesday on the airline's plans to enhance operations, resume flights to different destinations and launch new services, HE al-Baker said: "We will re-recruit people that we laid off...we will give the people that we laid off due to the pandemic the first priority when we start re-recruiting employees to serve this increased network of Qatar Airways."
He also informed that Qatar Airways will resume flights to Sudan on March 17.
Last updated: February 03 2021 12:24 AM
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