Qatar Airways has taken delivery today of three more Airbus A350-1000 aircraft. The development reaffirms its position as the largest operator of Airbus A350 aircraft in the world, with 52 in its fleet.
As Qatar Airways announces its plans for the winter, UK country manager, Gary Kershaw, tells Breaking Travel News how a diverse fleet, extensive network and supportive government will allow the carrier to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic
Qatar Airways has boosted its winter schedule in line with passenger and cargo demand and the continued relaxation of entry restrictions around the world.
The airline confirmed that Qatar had joined a list of governments that have stepped in to support their national carriers through the coronavirus shutdown.
The carrier will operate four weekly flights to Accra from September 29th. The city thus becomes the fourth new destination launched by the airline since the start of the pandemic.
The four times weekly service to Africa’s largest city will be operated by Qatar Airways’ Boeing 787 Dreamliner featuring 22 seats in business class and 232 seats in economy.
From August 20th, the flights will be operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, offering 22 seats in business class and 232 seats in economy.
Qatar Airways Group has launched four international investment arbitrations against the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Since 2017, the four states have imposed an “illegal air, sea and land blockade against Qatar,” the carrier said.
Qatar Airways gradual rebuilding of its network continues with Bangkok, Barcelona, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Singapore and Vienna resuming flights this week.