From 16 May 2015, Qatar Airways will begin increasing the frequency of weekly flights to 10 of its most popular destinations across the Middle East and Europe.
Destinations that will permanently be made more accessible include Ta’if, Saudi Arabia; Basra, Iraq; Najaf, Iraq; Gassim, Saudi Arabia; Ankara, Turkey; Zagreb, Croatia and Athens, Greece.
The airline will also increase the weekly frequency of flights to three destinations during the peak summer period: Alexandria, Egypt; Salalah, Oman and Larnaca, Cyprus. These additional flights will be seasonal only and the routes will revert back to their regular schedules from 15 September, 4 October and 24 October respectively.
The permanent frequency increases will see Ta’if, Zagreb and Ankara begin daily flight services commencing 16 May, 1 July and 3 July respectively.
Meanwhile, the service to two Iraqi destinations will double from four to eight flights per week with Basra beginning on 16 May and Najaf on 2 June, while 10 flights per week will be offered to Gassim as of 17 July.
The most significant increase in frequency is the launch of an additional daily service on 1 June to Athens, bringing the number of weekly flights to the popular holiday destination up from 14 to 21 per week.
20 April 2015