Qatar Airways has completed 10 successful years of flying to Canada. The first flight by the airline was between Doha’s Hamad International Airport and and Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.
Qatar Airways has expanded the use of IATA Travel Pass, becoming the first airline to trial COVID-19 vaccine authentication through the IATA Travel Pass ‘Digital Passport’ Mobile App.
Qatar Airways has announced that it has signed signed a codeshare agreement with the newest member of oneworld, Alaska Airlines. The carrier is the only partner airline from Middle East for Alaska Airlines.
Qatar Airways has finally unveiled its New Business Class on the Boeing B787-9 Dreamliner. The airline will start operating passenger revenue flights of the B787-9 on a number of routes to Europe and Asia. As IH Aviation and Travel had earlier reported, the aircraft will operate flights to Madrid with some other destinations.
Qatar Airways is expanding its services in the United States this summer as travel demand continues to grow. The national carrier of the State of Qatar will fly over 100 weekly flights to the US across its 12 destinations, including Seattle and San Francisco that were added in the last year alone.
Qatar Airways’ Boeing 787-9s, which feature Qatar Airways’ brand-new business class seats, are finally scheduled to enter service from 1st July.
Doha-based Qatar Airways has announced that it will launch flights to Lusaka, Zambia and Harare, Zimbabwe. Notably, these are the 5th and 6th destinations in Africa added to Qatar Airways’ network since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Emirates to resume flying to Venice; increases frequency of flights to Milan As Italy is reopening its borders for international travellers, Emirates has announced that it will resume flying to Venice and will also increase frequency of flights to Milan as it looks to take advantage of ‘COVID-19 tested flights’. Read the full story here […]
Qatar Airways will restart flights to Sharjah in United Arab Emirates for the 1st time since the blockade ended. The airline will operate a daily flight to the Emirate.
Just after its Middle Eastern rival Qatar Airways announced the resumption of flights to Phuket, Emirates revealed its plans to resume flights to the popular holiday destination.