Qatar Airways has announced to increase daily frequencies to Stockholm, Oslo, Milan, and Rome to meet the increased travel demand. The airline will increase its flights to 17 per week to Rome, Milan, and Stockholm, while weekly flights to Oslo are set to increase from 7 to 10.
Besides these additions, the airline has also announced to operate three daily flights to Moscow, Russia instead of its existing double daily flights effective 14 December 2017. The additional daily frequency will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft. Recently, Qatar Airways has announced to operate additional daily non-stop flights to Kyiv, Helsinki, Prague, and Warsaw due to its significant passenger travel demand.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker said: “Qatar Airways continues to expedite its ambitious expansion plans and demonstrate strong growth across Europe and Russia. These additional frequencies will provide our passengers with an array of convenient travel options when travelling to Doha or further afield on our global network.”
Currently, Qatar Airways is serving double daily flights to Moscow, Stockholm, Milan, and Rome using a mixed fleet of Boeing B787, Airbus A330, and A321 aircrafts. With its seamless stopover at Doha’s Hamad International Airport, travelers can reach airline’s network of more than 150 business and leisure destinations.
Qatar Airways Awards 2017:
Qatar Airways is continuing its excellence in providing its service to its passengers in 2017 too and received many accolades.
- ‘Airline of the Year’ at Skytrax World Airline Awards 2017
- Best Airline in the Middle East
- World’s Best Business Class
- World’s Best First Class Airline Lounge
About Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways – the national airline of the State of Qatar, has its headquarters in Doha. The airline operates flights from its main hub at Hamad International Airport & links over 150 international destinations across Africa, Europe, Far East, Central Asia, South Asia, North America, South America, Middle East, and Oceania. The airline operates from its base at Hamad International Airport & has a fleet of more than 160 aircraft of Boeing and Airbus only.