Doha 03rd September 2013 : Qatar Airways has announced yesterday the frequency increase to its well known and growing routes in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific in preparation for the coming winter season.
The airline said Strong passenger demand and additional aircraft inducted to the fleet are the reasons for their new decision.
Airline service to Ankara (Turkey) is increased from three to four flights a week, starting from 18th September. There will be four flights per week to Belgrade (Serbia) starting from September 18, which was three earlier. From 17th of this month Bucharest (Romania) flights will be increased to five a week from four. Beginning October 27, there will be seven flights a week to Islamabad, Pakistan. Qatar Airways increased its frequency on its Doha – Dubai route with two additional daily flights which started last month.
Frequency increase also includes seven flights per week from three to Myanmar, starting on October 27, five flights per week from four to Sofia, Bulgaria, which begins on 17th September and 12 Moscow flights per week. Jakarta, Indonesian capital city will see increase in capacity from 11 to 14 flights a week and Manama in Bahrain will increase to a total of 49 flights each week.
The frequency increase on these routes will bring more flexibility to business and leisure passengers flying to and from these terminals and give more choice to connect onto airline’s vast global network covering Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America.
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer said that the increases will ensure that these popular routes grow from strength to strength. He also said that the airline will continue to expand their network and will receive more aircrafts.
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