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Tourism key for economic growth in the MENA region

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The 2017 Ministerial Forum organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Arabian Travel Market Tourism resolved that tourism can be a key driver of the growth and economic diversification for the Middle East and North Africa (MERNA) region. 
The Arabian Travel Market (ATM) tourism was sponsored by Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, Minister of Economy of the United Arab Emirates.
Moderated by CNN Becky Anderson, the UNWTO/ATM Ministerial Forum concluded that the main priorities for the region include human resources development, public/private sector cooperation, connectivity, technology and sustainability.
Issues on discussion included the development of domestic tourism by engaging repeat travelers, the support to innovation and entrepreneurship, the need to improve the quality and ‘perception’ of tourism employment, visa facilitation, intra-regional connectivity and the measurement of tourism’s impact through the recently launched UNWTO Initiative on Measuring Sustainable Tourism (MST).
Participants further recalled that much of the growth of the sector comes from the high level of support at policy level it receives from many countries in the region as a tool to diversify oil-based economies.
Mohammed Khamis Al Muhairi, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Economy, UAE, said that tourism has proven to be one of the main pillars of economic and social development in various countries. He pointed out that the MENA region has strong potential to become one of the world’s leading tourist destinations due to its extensive tourism attractions. He added that the region’s countries are at the threshold of a new phase of tourism growth which requires greater cooperation to ensure the maximization of opportunities offered by this sector. He also noted the need to consolidate partnerships at the government and private levels to overcome obstacles to their efforts to enhance the competitiveness of their respective tourism sectors and make the most of tourism’s impact on their growth and development.
Al Muhairi further stated that: “Tourism is a top priority under the development policies of the UAE, revealing that the sector contributes 12.1% to the national GDP and accounts for around 10.4% of the domestic labor market”. “Investments to the sector exceeded AED 26 billion in 2016, a year which saw the number of visitors to the UAE reaching 24.8 million with total spend of about AED 110 billion”, he added
Commending the UNWTO/ ATM Ministerial Forum for providing an important platform for discussing the best ways to enhance the contributions of tourism to the development objectives of the UAE and other countries in the region he emphasized how the forum reflects the UAE’s keenness to support the global efforts to make tourism one of the pillars of sustainable development.
“Despite all external shocks, the Middle East and North Africa tell one of tourism’s biggest success stories. A story that brings an immense opportunity to make tourism a pillar of economic diversification, job creation and sustainable development in this region” said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai.
“Today’s meeting is an opportunity to identify the priorities of tourism policy for the MENA destinations, strengthen regional cooperation and public-private partnerships that prepare the region to welcome the 195 million international tourist arrivals – almost triple the present volume of 72 million – forecasted by UNWTO for 2030. ” he added.
Simon Press, Senior Exhibition Director, ATM, said: “The Middle East is developing at an extraordinary pace as countries diversify from a dependence on hydrocarbon receipts. As such it is vital leaders in the region continue to find new ways of capitalising on tourism growth built on sustainability.
“The UNWTO & ATM Ministerial Forum provided an effective platform for stakeholders across the industry spectrum to identify the opportunities, as well as the challenges, that currently prevail throughout the region.”

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The 2017 Ministerial Forum organized by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Arabian Travel Market Tourism resolved that tourism can be a key driver of the growth and economic diversification for the Middle East and North Africa (MERNA) region. 
The Arabian Travel Market (ATM) tourism was sponsored by Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, Minister of Economy of the United Arab Emirates.
Moderated by CNN Becky Anderson, the UNWTO/ATM Ministerial Forum concluded that the main priorities for the region include human resources development, public/private sector cooperation, connectivity, technology and sustainability.
Issues on discussion included the development of domestic tourism by engaging repeat travelers, the support to innovation and entrepreneurship, the need to improve the quality and ‘perception’ of tourism employment, visa facilitation, intra-regional connectivity and the measurement of tourism’s impact through the recently launched UNWTO Initiative on Measuring Sustainable Tourism (MST).
Participants further recalled that much of the growth of the sector comes from the high level of support at policy level it receives from many countries in the region as a tool to diversify oil-based economies.
Mohammed Khamis Al Muhairi, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Economy, UAE, said that tourism has proven to be one of the main pillars of economic and social development in various countries. He pointed out that the MENA region has strong potential to become one of the world’s leading tourist destinations due to its extensive tourism attractions. He added that the region’s countries are at the threshold of a new phase of tourism growth which requires greater cooperation to ensure the maximization of opportunities offered by this sector. He also noted the need to consolidate partnerships at the government and private levels to overcome obstacles to their efforts to enhance the competitiveness of their respective tourism sectors and make the most of tourism’s impact on their growth and development.
Al Muhairi further stated that: “Tourism is a top priority under the development policies of the UAE, revealing that the sector contributes 12.1% to the national GDP and accounts for around 10.4% of the domestic labor market”. “Investments to the sector exceeded AED 26 billion in 2016, a year which saw the number of visitors to the UAE reaching 24.8 million with total spend of about AED 110 billion”, he added
Commending the UNWTO/ ATM Ministerial Forum for providing an important platform for discussing the best ways to enhance the contributions of tourism to the development objectives of the UAE and other countries in the region he emphasized how the forum reflects the UAE’s keenness to support the global efforts to make tourism one of the pillars of sustainable development.
“Despite all external shocks, the Middle East and North Africa tell one of tourism’s biggest success stories. A story that brings an immense opportunity to make tourism a pillar of economic diversification, job creation and sustainable development in this region” said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai.
“Today’s meeting is an opportunity to identify the priorities of tourism policy for the MENA destinations, strengthen regional cooperation and public-private partnerships that prepare the region to welcome the 195 million international tourist arrivals – almost triple the present volume of 72 million – forecasted by UNWTO for 2030. ” he added.
Simon Press, Senior Exhibition Director, ATM, said: “The Middle East is developing at an extraordinary pace as countries diversify from a dependence on hydrocarbon receipts. As such it is vital leaders in the region continue to find new ways of capitalising on tourism growth built on sustainability.
“The UNWTO & ATM Ministerial Forum provided an effective platform for stakeholders across the industry spectrum to identify the opportunities, as well as the challenges, that currently prevail throughout the region.”

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Emirates Wins Best Airline Worldwide at the 2017 Business Traveller Awards

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Emirates’ focus on meeting and exceeding customer expectations both in the air and on the ground were recognised with four accolades at the ?Business Traveller Middle East 2017 Awards.
Emirates won four accolades including Best Airline Worldwide  at the ?Business Traveller Middle East 2017 Awards held on April 23.
At a ceremony attended by key travel industry executives, Emirates was also named “Airline with the Best First Class”, “Airline with the Best First Class Lounge” and “Best Frequent Flyer Programme”.
Emirates invests continually in product developments and service enhancements. In the past year, the airline’s on-board enhancements include: newly designed Business Class seats, re-designed amenity kits for First and Business Class passengers, environmentally sustainable blankets and interactive augmented reality amenity kits for Economy Class passengers, and regular updates of its range of onboard toys for young flyers. The airline also continues to lead on the in-flight entertainment front with a broad choice of over 2,600 channels on its ice system.
On the ground, Emirates completed a US$ 11 million makeover of its Business Class Lounge at Concourse B in Dubai International Airport, and expanded its global network of dedicated lounges with the opening of its newest Emirates Lounge in Cape Town International Airport.
Emirates Skywards, the airline’s loyalty programme, last year launched Cash+Miles, enabling members to redeem flights using a combination of cash and Skywards Miles, regardless of their membership tier. Emirates also introduced “pay-per-visit” lounge access, enabling Emirates Skywards members and their guests travelling on Emirates to enjoy the airline’s First and Business Class lounges at Dubai International Airport and abroad.
For corporate customers, Emirates launched a revamped Emirates Business Rewards programme to provide greater value, including easier Miles redemptions and upgrades even on last minute bookings.
Presently, Emirates Skywards has 14 airline partners including strategic partnerships with Easyjet and Qantas, offering member access to one of the world’s largest networks of global travel destinations. The programme also has 24 hotel partner brands covering nearly 20,000 properties worldwide.

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Emirates’ focus on meeting and exceeding customer expectations both in the air and on the ground were recognised with four accolades at the ?Business Traveller Middle East 2017 Awards.
Emirates won four accolades including Best Airline Worldwide  at the ?Business Traveller Middle East 2017 Awards held on April 23.
At a ceremony attended by key travel industry executives, Emirates was also named “Airline with the Best First Class”, “Airline with the Best First Class Lounge” and “Best Frequent Flyer Programme”.
Emirates invests continually in product developments and service enhancements. In the past year, the airline’s on-board enhancements include: newly designed Business Class seats, re-designed amenity kits for First and Business Class passengers, environmentally sustainable blankets and interactive augmented reality amenity kits for Economy Class passengers, and regular updates of its range of onboard toys for young flyers. The airline also continues to lead on the in-flight entertainment front with a broad choice of over 2,600 channels on its ice system.
On the ground, Emirates completed a US$ 11 million makeover of its Business Class Lounge at Concourse B in Dubai International Airport, and expanded its global network of dedicated lounges with the opening of its newest Emirates Lounge in Cape Town International Airport.
Emirates Skywards, the airline’s loyalty programme, last year launched Cash+Miles, enabling members to redeem flights using a combination of cash and Skywards Miles, regardless of their membership tier. Emirates also introduced “pay-per-visit” lounge access, enabling Emirates Skywards members and their guests travelling on Emirates to enjoy the airline’s First and Business Class lounges at Dubai International Airport and abroad.
For corporate customers, Emirates launched a revamped Emirates Business Rewards programme to provide greater value, including easier Miles redemptions and upgrades even on last minute bookings.
Presently, Emirates Skywards has 14 airline partners including strategic partnerships with Easyjet and Qantas, offering member access to one of the world’s largest networks of global travel destinations. The programme also has 24 hotel partner brands covering nearly 20,000 properties worldwide.

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Qatar Airways plans increase in Bangkok service to five daily non-stop flights from 1 June

Aviation Correspondent
 
Signing of MoU by Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Ehab Amin and TAT Deputy Governor for International Marketing Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas Tanes Petsuwan.
Qatar Airways plans to introduce a fifth daily non-stop service from Doha to Bangkok from 1 June, 2017.
The increased frequency, along with its double-daily Phuket flights and the five-month-old Krabi operations (four flights a week), will take the number of weekly Qatar Airways departures from Thailand to Doha to 53.
In tandem with its expansion into Thailand, Qatar Airways has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) to come together and boost inbound tourism to Thailand.
The MoU was signed by Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Mr. Ehab Amin, in the presence of Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker and TAT’s Deputy Governor for International Marketing, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas, Mr. Tanes Petsuwan on day one of the Arabian Travel Market taking place in Dubai. They were joined by Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand; Mr. Chalermsak Suranant, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Dubai and Middle East Office; and other high-ranking executives from both organisations.
H. E. Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said “Boosting our Bangkok flight frequency to five daily flights is a significant commitment from us to the Thai market and testament to the strong year-round demand on this iconic Far East route. We are delighted to be able to dedicate additional capacity to Thailand, providing even more flexibility and convenience for our passengers travelling to and from the Land of Smiles.
“Bangkok has long been a hugely popular destination for both business and leisure travellers. The partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand allows us to jointly work together to attract more travellers from secondary cities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to experience the warm and gracious hospitality Thailand is renowned for.”
Under the MoU, Qatar Airways together with TAT will put in place joint marketing strategies and practices to increase visibility and tourism to Thailand.
A fifth daily flight to Bangkok will provide seamless connectivity with more flights from some of Thailand’s key tourist source markets in Europe such as the United Kingdom, Italy and also the Middle East. Across the board, there is also continued strong demand for leisure travel on the Bangkok route all year-round.
The new daily flight will be served by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, providing an additional 254 seats per day. Passengers can choose from 22 seats in Business Class and 232 Economy Class seats. Across both cabins, passengers can enjoy up to 3,000 entertainment options on the state-of-the-art Oryx One entertainment system and stay connected throughout their journey with WiFi being made available.
In addition, passengers travelling to other domestic points in Thailand can connect seamlessly with the Bangkok Airways codeshare flights to Chiang Rai, Udon Thani, Koh Samui, among others.
Mr. Tanes Petsuwan said: “Partnering with Qatar Airways, one of the world’s best airlines, will open up additional access to markets which hold great potential for the Tourism Authority of Thailand and our unique tourism proposition. With this MoU, our aim is to jointly put in place the best strategies and practices to enhance Thailand’s marketing footprint and position it as a preferred leisure destination offering ‘Unique Thai Local Experiences’.”
“Qatar Airways’ fifth daily flight to Bangkok will provide more connections from Thailand’s key source markets in Europe such as United Kingdom, Italy and the Middle East,” he added.

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Signing of MoU by Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Ehab Amin and TAT Deputy Governor for International Marketing Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas Tanes Petsuwan.
Qatar Airways plans to introduce a fifth daily non-stop service from Doha to Bangkok from 1 June, 2017.
The increased frequency, along with its double-daily Phuket flights and the five-month-old Krabi operations (four flights a week), will take the number of weekly Qatar Airways departures from Thailand to Doha to 53.
In tandem with its expansion into Thailand, Qatar Airways has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) to come together and boost inbound tourism to Thailand.
The MoU was signed by Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Mr. Ehab Amin, in the presence of Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker and TAT’s Deputy Governor for International Marketing, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Americas, Mr. Tanes Petsuwan on day one of the Arabian Travel Market taking place in Dubai. They were joined by Mr. Yuthasak Supasorn, Governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand; Mr. Chalermsak Suranant, Director of the Tourism Authority of Thailand Dubai and Middle East Office; and other high-ranking executives from both organisations.
H. E. Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said “Boosting our Bangkok flight frequency to five daily flights is a significant commitment from us to the Thai market and testament to the strong year-round demand on this iconic Far East route. We are delighted to be able to dedicate additional capacity to Thailand, providing even more flexibility and convenience for our passengers travelling to and from the Land of Smiles.
“Bangkok has long been a hugely popular destination for both business and leisure travellers. The partnership with the Tourism Authority of Thailand allows us to jointly work together to attract more travellers from secondary cities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to experience the warm and gracious hospitality Thailand is renowned for.”
Under the MoU, Qatar Airways together with TAT will put in place joint marketing strategies and practices to increase visibility and tourism to Thailand.
A fifth daily flight to Bangkok will provide seamless connectivity with more flights from some of Thailand’s key tourist source markets in Europe such as the United Kingdom, Italy and also the Middle East. Across the board, there is also continued strong demand for leisure travel on the Bangkok route all year-round.
The new daily flight will be served by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, providing an additional 254 seats per day. Passengers can choose from 22 seats in Business Class and 232 Economy Class seats. Across both cabins, passengers can enjoy up to 3,000 entertainment options on the state-of-the-art Oryx One entertainment system and stay connected throughout their journey with WiFi being made available.
In addition, passengers travelling to other domestic points in Thailand can connect seamlessly with the Bangkok Airways codeshare flights to Chiang Rai, Udon Thani, Koh Samui, among others.
Mr. Tanes Petsuwan said: “Partnering with Qatar Airways, one of the world’s best airlines, will open up additional access to markets which hold great potential for the Tourism Authority of Thailand and our unique tourism proposition. With this MoU, our aim is to jointly put in place the best strategies and practices to enhance Thailand’s marketing footprint and position it as a preferred leisure destination offering ‘Unique Thai Local Experiences’.”
“Qatar Airways’ fifth daily flight to Bangkok will provide more connections from Thailand’s key source markets in Europe such as United Kingdom, Italy and the Middle East,” he added.

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Spice & Rice Re-loaded Bangladeshi-Pride-Style–Innovation

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Have you ever wanted to travel back in time to the era of Mughals and be invited to one of their lavish parties with exquisite dinner laid out before you on the table?  That is exactly what Spice & Rice is bringing for its guests in Dhaka. The exotic restaurant is re-loading and it surely has many surprises in stock!
As you enter the gates, which itself is an original antique door, you will be greeted by a huge copper plate engraved with ornaments dating back form over a hundred years. A beautiful display of lights playing with shadows appear in an intimately decorated room whose every wall showcases art and heritage. One would be mesmerized at the spectacles of the past that is evident everywhere. All these were not achieved very easily. As a matter of fact, the General Manager Christoph Voegeli along with Executive Chef Jed Archdeacon and Chef James Rozario (Chef de Cuisine of S&R) had traveled to various parts of the old city to source these beautiful remnants of the past. “We want to introduce Dhaka bona fide to our guests in terms of smells, sight and flavor which lead us on an adventure to various parts of the city, from Old Dhaka to DCC,” said Christoph Voegeli.
Bangladesh has a colorful history and much of its history influencing the cuisine, art, architecture and culture. Most of these antiquities are approximately 150 to 200 years old and some of them even came from the Ottoman Empire. The place is surely a treat for the senses as eyes can never really stop marveling at the different collections from the past while the taste buds would be relishing in the finest cuisine there is to be!
“Each scene in the restaurant is different and something is always happening somewhere,” said Chef Jed Archdeacon. “The experience is as engaging in dining as well. There are kebab stands and delightful aroma coming from the charcoal burning live from each one. The epicurean journey would take you to a wide assortment of mouth-watering kebabs. While there may be many restaurants in Bangladesh, most of them turn out to serve Indian food or mixed cuisine. We strive to bring the genuine tastes of Dhaka to our guests which differ quite a lot from those available elsewhere because of the use of spices and ancient techniques.” Chef James brings forward the luxurious kebabs, curries and appetizers prepared in Dhakaiya styles, with produce imported from abroad. “Various exotic dishes will be found such as biriyani, pigeon masala, shan mutton bhuna, etc. A mélange of Bengali sweets will be present such as pistachio kulfi, roshogolla, chomchom, firni, jorda, etc. Here too, premium will be given to quality (produce imported from abroad), technique and styling. All in all, it would surely be an experience of senses for the guests with an authentic feel”.

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Have you ever wanted to travel back in time to the era of Mughals and be invited to one of their lavish parties with exquisite dinner laid out before you on the table?  That is exactly what Spice & Rice is bringing for its guests in Dhaka. The exotic restaurant is re-loading and it surely has many surprises in stock!
As you enter the gates, which itself is an original antique door, you will be greeted by a huge copper plate engraved with ornaments dating back form over a hundred years. A beautiful display of lights playing with shadows appear in an intimately decorated room whose every wall showcases art and heritage. One would be mesmerized at the spectacles of the past that is evident everywhere. All these were not achieved very easily. As a matter of fact, the General Manager Christoph Voegeli along with Executive Chef Jed Archdeacon and Chef James Rozario (Chef de Cuisine of S&R) had traveled to various parts of the old city to source these beautiful remnants of the past. “We want to introduce Dhaka bona fide to our guests in terms of smells, sight and flavor which lead us on an adventure to various parts of the city, from Old Dhaka to DCC,” said Christoph Voegeli.
Bangladesh has a colorful history and much of its history influencing the cuisine, art, architecture and culture. Most of these antiquities are approximately 150 to 200 years old and some of them even came from the Ottoman Empire. The place is surely a treat for the senses as eyes can never really stop marveling at the different collections from the past while the taste buds would be relishing in the finest cuisine there is to be!
“Each scene in the restaurant is different and something is always happening somewhere,” said Chef Jed Archdeacon. “The experience is as engaging in dining as well. There are kebab stands and delightful aroma coming from the charcoal burning live from each one. The epicurean journey would take you to a wide assortment of mouth-watering kebabs. While there may be many restaurants in Bangladesh, most of them turn out to serve Indian food or mixed cuisine. We strive to bring the genuine tastes of Dhaka to our guests which differ quite a lot from those available elsewhere because of the use of spices and ancient techniques.” Chef James brings forward the luxurious kebabs, curries and appetizers prepared in Dhakaiya styles, with produce imported from abroad. “Various exotic dishes will be found such as biriyani, pigeon masala, shan mutton bhuna, etc. A mélange of Bengali sweets will be present such as pistachio kulfi, roshogolla, chomchom, firni, jorda, etc. Here too, premium will be given to quality (produce imported from abroad), technique and styling. All in all, it would surely be an experience of senses for the guests with an authentic feel”.

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Jet Air suspend pilot for racist behaviour

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Indian carrier Jet Airways said Wednesday it had suspended a foreign pilot from flying duty over allegations that he assaulted a woman and hurled racist abuse at another passenger on a domestic flight.
The Mumbai-based airline confirmed the incident took place on April 3 on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight, adding the pilot in question had been taken off the flying roster soon after and an apology had been extended to the victim.
“As regards the said incident, Jet Airways has noted guest feedback with concern and regrets the incident,” Jet Airways said in a statement Wednesday.
“The airline has, as per policy, initiated a full-fledged investigations, based on specific inputs from guests, concerned departments and agencies.”
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh has weighed in on the scandal, although he clarified that he had not witnessed the incident firsthand.
“Not only was he racist, but physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man... absolutely disgraceful and shame on @jetairways,” said India’s out-of-favour spinner on Twitter, urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reprimand the airline and its pilot.
Scandals have dogged the airline industry in recent weeks, particularly in the US after United Airlines drew global outrage for forcefully dragging a passenger off an overbooked flight.
Footage of the April 9 incident captured by fellow passengers went viral on social media and caused a public relations calamity for the carrier and airport officials.

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Indian carrier Jet Airways said Wednesday it had suspended a foreign pilot from flying duty over allegations that he assaulted a woman and hurled racist abuse at another passenger on a domestic flight.
The Mumbai-based airline confirmed the incident took place on April 3 on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight, adding the pilot in question had been taken off the flying roster soon after and an apology had been extended to the victim.
“As regards the said incident, Jet Airways has noted guest feedback with concern and regrets the incident,” Jet Airways said in a statement Wednesday.
“The airline has, as per policy, initiated a full-fledged investigations, based on specific inputs from guests, concerned departments and agencies.”
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh has weighed in on the scandal, although he clarified that he had not witnessed the incident firsthand.
“Not only was he racist, but physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man... absolutely disgraceful and shame on @jetairways,” said India’s out-of-favour spinner on Twitter, urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to reprimand the airline and its pilot.
Scandals have dogged the airline industry in recent weeks, particularly in the US after United Airlines drew global outrage for forcefully dragging a passenger off an overbooked flight.
Footage of the April 9 incident captured by fellow passengers went viral on social media and caused a public relations calamity for the carrier and airport officials.

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