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A spokesperson said: 'The email was sent to impress on our cabin crew that, to make their working environment as good as it can be, while still respecting the norms and values of the Qatari society in which we work, everyone has a part to play.

'In Doha, the consumption of alcohol is not permitted for nationals and, although drinking is permitted for foreigners, being seen to be drunk would be considered highly disrespectful – it would have negative implications for both the individual and those associated with them.''The vast majority of our cabin crew would themselves be disappointed at the idea that one of their colleagues should get into this situation, since they share our pride in the reputation of our team, and they would also, as we are, be very concerned about the safety implications for someone in this position.'Referring to Mr Dimitrov's comment in the email about 'changing the rules', the airline commented: 'For over a year we have been working on a review and revision of the employment conditions for our cabin crew members, leading to reforms in our practices that have been universally welcomed by our staff as we have rolled them out since December 2014.

During a speech delivered in front of a small audience, Al Baker boasted about the average age of his flight crews, which he claimed was 26-years-old.

'So there is no need for you to travel on these crap American carriers,” he quipped, eliciting laughter from the audience.'You know you’re always being served by grandmothers on American Airlines,' Al Baker added.

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Qatar on Monday slammed the decisions of six nations to sever ties with it, saying they were 'unjustified' and aimed to put Doha under political 'guardianship'.

Egypt is expected to suspend air links with Qatar by Tuesday.

Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani (pictured in 2014) attends a Gulf Cooperation Council summit in Doha, Qatar.

Members of the US aviation industry have strongly condemned the comments of the head of Qatar Airways after he publicly ridiculed American carriers last week in Dublin, Ireland.

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker described the American airline industry as 'crap' and demeaned flight attendants who work for them.

The United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Egypt and the Maldives announced they will be joining Bahrain and Saudi Arabia and withdrawing their diplomatic staff from Qatar, over claims that the country supported Islamist groups, earlier on Monday.

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