The Marco Polo, the world's biggest container ship, leaves Southampton docks on December 10, 2012 in England. On its first visit to Europe, the 54m (177ft) wide and 396m (1299ft) long container ship - which is 51m (167ft) longer than the Queen Mary II - will mostly carry consumer goods for delivery to shops for Christmas. (Getty Images)
Is the new airport in trouble? Will Qatar Airways hook up with Emirates? Should the Dreamliner have been grounded? Are trade unions hindering progress? Is an Indian stake all rumour and lies? The man with all the answers is the man who never shies away from the media: Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker.