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14 Feb 2022

Qatar Airways pilots allege national airline is under-counting work hours resulting in serious fatigue; incl. Qatar Airways response

In a Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation into working conditions at Qatar Airways, pilots reported experiencing dangerous levels of fatigue and alleged that the state carrier under-counted work hours and ignored complaints in safety breaches. Pilots reported flights being short-staffed, a situation exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Qatar Airways provided a response to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre which can be read in full below; the company maintains its number one priority is the safety and health of its crews and that fatigue reports are always taken seriously.