Oneworld CEO Rob Gurney (left), with Royal Air Maroc CEO Abdelhamid Addou (centre), and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (right) in New York last week, announcing the Moroccan airline RAM as the newest member of the alliance. Photo: Danny Lee

Oneworld prepared for Qatar Airways to leave but it is not giving up on trying to convince them to stay put

  • Rob Gurney, CEO of the airline alliance, tells Post the group wants Doha-based carrier to stay
  • Oneworld is continuing with biggest membership expansion in several years, having recently added Royal Air Maroc to its roster, with China Southern Airways possibly to come
Topic |   Aviation

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Oneworld CEO Rob Gurney (left), with Royal Air Maroc CEO Abdelhamid Addou (centre), and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (right) in New York last week, announcing the Moroccan airline RAM as the newest member of the alliance. Photo: Danny Lee
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Danny Lee

Danny Lee

Danny joined the Post in 2013 as an intern before becoming a reporter on the City desk. He is an expert on aviation.