1/2 – All flights and trains on Qatar Airways, the country’s state-owned airline, return home from the Middle East and Africa.
However, Emirates, the regional carrier, has not returned home to Europe and South America, and Virgin Atlantic has not been returned to the US.
2/2 Qatar Airways has been awarded a licence to operate in Europe by the EU’s aviation watchdog.
However its return to the Middle-East and Africa is being delayed by political tensions between the Gulf state and Saudi Arabia.
3/2 Emirates, one of the world’s largest carriers, has been granted permission to return to Europe.
But its return will be delayed by a dispute with Saudi Arabia and a dispute over its role in the country.
4/2 AirAsia has been fined $5.5bn by the Australian Federal Government for “serious misconduct” in relation to an incident in which it failed to ensure flights were safe in the event of a terrorist attack.
5/2 AirAsia, which also operates services in Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai and Singapore, has agreed to pay $3.9bn in fines to the Federal Government in a deal that will see the airline barred from future business in Australia.
6/2 Virgin Atlantic, a British carrier, said it was recalling the aircraft it had operated in Europe.
The airline said the incident with the Chinese state air force had been resolved and the aircraft would not be re-routed in the future.
7/2 Alitalia, the biggest Italian airline, has announced it is suspending operations in the Middle Eastern country after the country became embroiled in a political crisis.
Alitalian President Giorgio Napolitano has said the airline would suspend flights to Turkey and Egypt unless it received assurances the country could maintain a safe environment for passengers.
8/2 British Airways has also announced it will suspend operations in Turkey and has suspended its operations in Qatar, following a request from the government of Qatar.
9/2 Qantas, which is based in Melbourne, has suspended flights to Egypt and other Arab states and said it would suspend services in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait.
10/2 Etihad Airways has suspended operations in Tunisia, Libya and Algeria.
It has suspended services in Saudi Arabia after it accused the government there of corruption.
11/2 Jetstar has cancelled flights to Saudi Arabia following a string of violent incidents that have raised questions about the countrys security.
The company has been forced to suspend operations since February 2016 after security forces killed at least 17 people at the height of the protests in the Arab world.
12/2 Delta Air Lines, which operates services from Dubai to Boston and Chicago, has also cancelled flights in Saudi Arabian airspace.
13/2 Norwegian Airlines has suspended all flights to Oman and cancelled all scheduled flights.
It said it had no further comment.
14/2 Ryanair, which runs services from Dublin to London, has cancelled all flights and cancelled its London-Dubai routes.
15/2 American Airlines, which has operations from Houston to New York, has stopped flying to Oman after a dispute about the governments decision to grant citizenship to some citizens of the UAE.
16/2 United Airlines, based in Atlanta, has said it will no longer fly to Oman, which it said had become an “unacceptable” target for terrorist attacks.
17/2 Hawaiian Airlines, one the worlds largest carriers and a subsidiary of American Airlines Group, has decided to suspend its operations from Oman.
It suspended its services from March this year after a security crackdown by authorities in the Gulf region led to the death of two people.
18/2 Iceland Airways, which provides domestic and international services in the Nordic countries of Sweden, Finland and Norway, has withdrawn all services to Oman due to security concerns.
19/2 Alaska Airlines has withdrawn flights from Oman after the government said it might take action against the country over its decision to give citizenship to a group of citizens.
20/2 French carrier Dassault Aviation has cancelled its services in Oman due the continued presence of Al-Qaeda militants.
21/2 Thai Airways has cancelled the departures of its fleet from Oman due security concerns and said its flights to Kuwait would be rerouted.
22/2 Royal Dutch Shell has pulled out of the Gulf and South-East Asia markets, saying it is concerned by the government’s decision to allow the entry of some citizens from Saudi Arabia who have been granted asylum.
23/2 Kuwait Airways, owned by Kuwaiti oil giant Kuwaiti Oil, has pulled its services to the Gulf following an increase in violence against civilians and the government, and said the country is “at risk of losing its status as a major oil exporter”.
24/2 South Korean carrier Air Koryo has cancelled scheduled service to Oman as a result of security concerns, and the country has suspended air transport in the area.
25/2 Japan Airlines has cancelled flying to Qatar, where a Saudi-led coalition has launched air strikes against the rebels in