Qatar Airways will offer passengers unlimited date changes and fee-free refunds for all tickets issued before April 30th next year. The offer is valid for travel completed by December next year.
The airline has also scheduled four daily flights from London Heathrow, three daily flights from Manchester and three weekly flights from Edinburgh throughout December.
The new service will be operated by Qatar Airways’ state-of-the-art Airbus A350-900 featuring 36 seats in the business class and 247 seats in economy.
Qatar Airways will operate three weekly flights to Abuja, Nigeria via Lagos from November 27th. The city becomes the sixth new destination added by the carrier since the start of the pandemic.
Qatar Airways has finalised a codeshare agreement with Air Canada applicable for travel between Doha and Toronto. Sales have started, with the first flights to operate from December 15th.
Qatar Airways currently offers more than 700 weekly flights to just over 100 destinations, and has unveiled plans to increase its network to more than 125 destinations by the end of the winter.
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.