Qatar Airways increases frequency to Sohar

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Qatar Airways this week announced that it will add four additional weekly flights to Sohar, its newest destination in the Sultanate of Oman, from 1 October. The additional frequency was added in response to increased passenger demand, and will take the number of weekly flights between Doha and the Sultanate of Oman from 52 to 56.

The award-winning airline launched flights to Sohar, its third and most recent destination in the Sultanate of Oman, last month. As a vibrant coastal city known both for its traditional Omani culture and beautiful beaches, Sohar offers a wide range of activities for tourists, including diving, snorkelling and kite boarding, as well as many traditional markets featuring Omani handicrafts.

Qatar Airways group chief executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are delighted to see robust demand on our Doha–Sohar route, especially given that we launched the service only last month.The increased frequency will allow both business and leisure travellers from Sohar even more flexibility to take advantage of smooth connections to India and Southeast Asia via our hub at Hamad International Airport.”

The additional flights to Sohar will be serviced by an Airbus A320, featuring 12 seats in First Class and 132 seats in Economy Class, with a spacious environment throughout the entire aircraft.

Qatar Airways first began service to the Sultanate of Oman by launching flights to the capital, Muscat in 2000. In 2013, Salalah was added to the airline’s growing network as the second destination in the Sultanate of Oman. The award-winning airline currently operates five daily flights between Doha and Muscat, and two daily return flights on the Doha-Salalah route.

Qatar Airways has a host of exciting new destinations planned for the remainder of this year and 2018, including Canberra, Australia; Chiang Mai, Thailand and San Francisco, US, to name just a few.

 

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