Qatar Airways’ controversial CEO Al Baker will leave the airline, Reuters reports

The famous and controversial CEO of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, is leaving the Arabian airline. Having led Qatar since 1997, as well as holding positions at the Qatar Tourism Secretariat and as CEO of Hamad Airport, Al Baker has always been known for “not mincing words”.

Several times he strongly defended his company’s decisions and never hesitated to accuse competitors and even partners such as Airbus, which had problems with the painting of the A350XWB, causing a huge row that ended in court and was resolved after years of dispute.

Reuters reported that multiple sources said Al Baker was leaving, but they did not specify a date or say who would replace him, which will be a tall order. Recall some of his controversial statements in the articles below.

Passionate about airplanes since 1999, he graduated in Aeronautics from Long Beach, California and Western Michigan University. #GoBroncos #GoBeach #2A

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