Qatar Airways reinstates Airbus A380 on Sydney route

Huge capacity increase on daily flights to NSW capital

Qatar Airways has resumed operation of its Airbus A380 on the Sydney-Doha service. The superjumbo returns in time to meet mounting travel demand in Australia, offering larger seat capacity as well as both First and Business Class for its premium cabins.

Effective today [2 June 2022], the Airbus A380 will be operating daily flights on QR909, connecting Australians to the Gulf carrier’s global network of over 140 destinations, via Doha. Sydney is the first southern hemisphere destination to see Qatar Airways’ double-decker aircraft since November 2021.

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QR’s A380 offers passengers the choice of 8 spacious First-Class seats, 48 fully-flat beds in Business Class, and 461 Economy class seats. First and Business Class passengers can also unwind in the Sanctuary Lounge Bar on the upper deck.

Qatar Airways A380

Jared Lee, Qatar Airways Vice President of Sales for Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific & Indian Subcontinent said: “We are excited to reinstate the Airbus A380 for our Sydney service. Not only do we continue to rebuild our network after the pandemic, we are also actively expanding network capacity as global travel restrictions ease.

“This is the latest in a series of enhancements to our Australian network this year, following a recent increase in frequency earlier in March. The Australian market continues to be an area of strong growth for Qatar Airways as we see robust travel demand,” Lee remarked.

The national carrier of the State of Qatar continues to rebuild its network, which currently stands at over 140 destinations. With more frequencies being added to key hubs, Qatar Airways offers seamless connectivity to passengers, making it easy for them to connect to a destination of their choice.

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