Qatar Airways to resume flights, increase services to several destinations

Qatar Airways to resume flights, increase services to several destinations

Qatar Airways to resume flights, increase services to several destinations

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Airways (QA) has played an extraordinary role in taking travelers to their destinations.

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Airways (QA) has played an extraordinary role in taking travelers to their destinations.

In addition to repatriating over 1.8 million passengers on over 15,000 flights, and transporting over 50,000,000 kilograms of medical and aid supplies to impacted regions around the world, QA introduced several initiatives, reaffirming its status as an airline that passengers, governments, and industry partners can rely on and trust.

As travel restrictions related to COVID-19 are being eased across the globe, QA has been resuming its services to different destinations.

In a press statement, the airline said that its “strategic investment in twin-engine, fuel-efficient aircraft has enabled it to continue flying throughout the crisis and positions it to lead the sustainable recovery of global travel."

In the coming weeks, QA will resume flights and increase services to several destinations, including:

- Algiers (two weekly flights starting 13 November)

- Chicago (increasing to nine weekly flights from 15 November)

- Kiev (three weekly flights starting 18 December)

- Miami (two weekly flights starting 14 November)

- New York (increasing to 14 weekly flights from 14 November)

- Phuket (two weekly flights starting 4 December)

- Seychelles (three weekly flights starting 15 December)

- Tbilisi (one weekly flight started 5 November)

- Warsaw (three weekly flights starting 16 December)

QA will also introduce two new destinations next month:

- Luanda, Angola (one weekly flight starting from December 14)

- San Francisco ( four weekly flights from December 15)

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, commented, “We are delighted to continue rebuilding our network, resuming routes and adding new destinations. We have made it our priority to not only restart most of our existing destinations as soon as possible but also to launch new routes."

"Our fleet of technologically advanced, sustainable aircraft has enabled us to lead the industry operating more frequencies to provide our passengers increased connectivity and the flexibility to travel when they want," he added.

Currently, QA operates more than 700 weekly flights to just over 100 destinations, Al Baker underlined, stating that the airline plans to increase its network to more than 125 destinations by the end of the IATA Winter Season.

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Qatar Airways to resume flights, increase services to several destinations