Qatar Airways has announced that it will boosting frequency of flights to 18 destinations around the world to meet travel demand during the peak winter holiday season.
This includes Qatar Airways’ inaugural services to Odesa, Ukraine, which launched with 3-weekly flights from 9th December 2021, and Tashkent, Uzbekistan, with 2-weekly flights from 17th January 2022. The airline also recently launched nonstop flights to Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 19th November 2021.
The Doha-based will boost (or has increased) flights to the following destinations:
- Abu Dhabi : increased from daily to twice-daily flights as of 1st December 2021
- Algiers: increasing from 4-weekly to 5-weekly flights from 18th December 2021
- Bangkok: increasing from 10-weekly to 3-daily flights (21-weekly flights) from 17th December 2021
- Berlin: increasing from daily to 10-weekly flights from 16th January 2022
- Cebu: increased from 9-weekly to 11-weekly flights as of 9th December 2021
- Clark: increased from 5-weekly flights to daily flights between 1st and 31st December 2021
- Colombo: increasing from 3-daily to 4-daily flights from 20th December 2021
- Copenhagen: increasing from 11-weekly to 12-weekly flights from 18th December 2021
- Helsinki: increasing from daily to 10-weekly flights from 1st January 2022
- Kuala Lumpur: increasing from 10-weekly to 13-weekly flights from 16th December 2021
- Kuwait: increased from twice-daily to 3-daily flights as of 20th November 2021
- London: increased from 4-daily to 5-daily flights from 2nd December 2021 to 31st January 2022
- Medina: increased from 4-weekly to daily flights as of 1st November 2021
- Paris: increasing from twice-daily to 3-daily flights from 15th December 2021
- Phuket: increasing from daily to 11-weekly flights from 16th December 2021
- Salalah: increasing from 3-weekly to 5-weekly flights from 1st January 2022
- Sharjah: increased from daily to twice-daily flights as of 18th November 2021
- Zurich: increasing from daily to 10-weekly flights from 1st January 2022
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Akbar Al Baker, Group Chief Executive, Qatar Airways, said:
Qatar Airways continues to develop its schedule and network by increasing frequencies to many popular destinations across the world while adopting the strictest safety measures both on the ground and in the air, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of passengers and staff. This increase will provide even greater choice to our business and leisure passengers, who can connect seamlessly via the World’s Best Airport, Hamad International Airport, to more than 140 global destinations.
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