Qatar Airways Increased it’s International Network to 85 destinations

Qatar Airways Increased it’s international network to 85 destinations

Following the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Qatar Airways continues to rebuild its international route to more than 85 destinations in six continents. Now, The carrier will operate over 550 weekly flights across the six continents.

Although the numbers are half the number of destinations the airline was serving before this global pandemic but the numbers are still larger than it was in early June. Dubai based Emirates rebuilt its network to 75 destinations as of now due to the impact of Covid-19.

From the month of August, Qatar Airways have resumed flights to eight destinations,

FlightsFrequency Resumption DatesCall Us For Inquiry
Adelaide  Two weekly flightsAugust 16
Auckland  Three-weekly flights via Brisbane August 18
Houston  Three-weekly Flights September 2
Houston  Four-weekly FlightsSeptember 15
Kigali Three-weekly Flights August 3
London Gatwick Daily Flight August 20
Nairobi Double daily flights August 3
Philadelphia  Three-weekly Flights September 16
Sialkot Three-weekly Flights September 1

Qatar Airline is one of the airlines operating throughout the global pandemic. It’s variety of fuel-efficient aircraft also allowed it to increase frequencies rapidly, offering passengers more flexible travel options to many destinations:

FlightsFrequency Resumption DatesCall Us For Inquiry
Ankara  Daily Flight September 1
Cebu  Daily Flight August 12
Clark  Six Weekly flightsAugust 12
Dhaka Five-weekly FlightsAugust 23
Islamabad, Karachi and LahoreDouble Flights DailyAugust 10
Istanbul SAWTriple Daily FlightsSeptember 1
Jakarta Double daily flights August 17
Kuala LumpurDouble daily flights August 17
Los Angeles Daily Flight August 12
New York JFK Daily Flight September 1

Qatar Airways have been continuously working with government authorities to offer even more choices and greater flexibility so that passenger can plan and book travel with confidence. Keeping safety on priority, the airline has implemented the most advanced safety and hygiene measures onboard including becoming the first airline to ask passengers to wear face shields with face coverings.

After taking a lot of efforts, the carrier has been able to expand its network quickly and efficiently to more than 550 weekly flights to over 85 destinations worldwide. As the global recovery continues, Qatar Airways will continue to concentrate on its fundamental goal of safely and efficiently transporting passengers around the globe.

Flexible Travel Policy

To offer the passenger more feasibility on travel tickets, the airline has extended its booking waiver policies to ensure travelers can book with peace of mind. The airline also offered unlimited date changes, where passengers can change their destination as often as they need if it is within 5,000 miles of the original destination. The airline will not charge for any fare differences for travel completed before December 31, 2020. All purchased travel tickets for travel up to December 31, 2020, will be valid for two years from the date of issuance.

Precautionary Measures With Qatar Airways

By fulfilling its goal of bringing people home, Qatar Airways became the largest international carrier between April and June. This allowed the airline to gain unrivalled expertise in safely and efficiently carrying passengers, and positioned the airline to effectively restore its network. Onboard its aircraft and at Hamad International Airport, the carrier has rigorously adopted the most innovative safety and hygiene measures.

Moreover, the passenger flying in a business class cabin can experience full privacy, including sliding partitions and fully closing doors. Passengers can also choose to use the ‘Do Not Disturb (DND)’ symbol in their private suite if they wish to restrict their cabin crew interactions. Qsuite is available on flights to more than 30 destinations including London, Sydney, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and others.