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Qatar Airways Expands European Network with Resumption of Lisbon Flights

Qatar Airways Expands European Network with Resumption of Lisbon Flights

In a significant move to enhance its European network, Qatar Airways has announced the resumption of its year-round direct flights to Lisbon, Portugal. The airline, renowned for its exceptional service, will be operating six weekly flights to Lisbon, seamlessly connecting passengers to over 170 destinations globally, including 47 destinations within Europe.

The revival of the non-stop flights between Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha and Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado Airport (LIS) comes as a response to the heightened seasonal demand for travel to Lisbon. This strategic decision underlines Qatar Airways’ commitment to facilitating global connectivity and making international travel more accessible.

Commenting on the resumption of the Lisbon route, Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Thierry Antinori, expressed excitement, stating, “As we continue our network expansion in the European market, we are thrilled to welcome back Lisbon to our global network of more than 170 destinations. This addition reaffirms the airline’s dedication to connecting people and places, making international travel more accessible and convenient across our global network.”

Lisbon, with its picturesque beaches, vibrant cities, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, presents an enticing destination for travelers seeking diverse cultural experiences. Qatar Airways’ resumed service to Lisbon not only strengthens its European presence but also provides a gateway for travelers from Europe to explore destinations in the Middle East, Africa, and the Indian subcontinent, including popular destinations such as Bali, Bangkok, Delhi, Denpasar, Kathmandu, and Male.

For travelers interested in booking flights, accessing Privilege Club benefits, or exploring the Qatar Stopover program, detailed information is available on Qatar Airways’ official website and the Qatar Airways app.