Qatar Airways recently marked a milestone in its history with Bulgaria, celebrating 10 years since its first flight between Doha and Sofia on 14th September 2011.
Qatar Airways has become the latest international airline to land in Lusaka and Harare. The airline has ‘enhanced’ its presence in Southern Africa with the introduction of flights to Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Indian low-cost carrier GoFirst (formerly known as GoAir) has announced the launch of nonstop flights to Doha, Qatar, under the air travel bubble agreement between India and Qatar. Doha is Go First’s first destination in the State of Qatar and the sixth in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.
United Kingdom has made a number of changes to its traffic light travel list. These changes are effective from 04:00 hours 8th August 2021. If you arrive in England before this date, then you must follow the rules that are presently applicable.
Qatar Airways and RwandAir have shared details of their strategic partnership. As part of the strategic partnership, the extensive interline agreement will give passengers access to the networks of both airlines.
India’s biggest airline, Indigo has announced that it will offer nonstop flights between Lucknow, the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and Doha, the capital of Qatar.
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 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’ Boeing 787-9s, which feature Qatar Airways’ brand-new business class seats, are finally scheduled to enter service from 1st July.