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Rescue flights organized by the U.K. government following the collapse of Monarch Airlines Ltd. have brought a windfall for 20 carriers led by Qatar Airways and short-notice charter specialist Titan Airways.A fleet of 34 aircraft has been established by Britain's Civil Aviation Authority in order to return 110,000 tourists to the country over 14 days, with Qatar Air contributing 10 planes and Titan at least three. Among the aircraft deployed is a Boeing Co. 747 jumbo from Spain's Wamos Air.
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