Qatar Airways to fly banished nationals after US travel boycott remained
Qatar Airways had conformed to the boycott, which likewise suspended displaced person landings
Qatar Airways said on Saturday it would fly travelers to the United States from seven beforehand banished Muslim-greater part nations after a US judge incidentally ended a dubious travel boycott. A travel caution posted on the Doha-based aircraft’s site said the bearer would agree to the new requests the length of travelers had a substantial visa.
“As coordinated by the US Customs and Border Protection, nationals of the seven influenced nations recorded underneath and all displaced people looking for confirmation exhibiting a substantial, unexpired US visa or (Green Card) will be allowed to go to the United States and will be handled as needs be upon entry,” read the announcement.
The choice was taken after Seattle US District Judge James Robart reported an impermanent suspension of President Donald Trump’s travel boycott. The White House said the boycott — presented by means of official request a week ago — was set upon nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen as a safety effort.
Qatar Airwayshad agreed to the boycott, which likewise suspended displaced person entries. The Gulf bearer flies to no less than 15 American urban areas including New York, Atlanta and Chicago.