Qatar Airways adds additional flight on Doha-Muscat route
July 18, 2016: Qatar Airways adds extra flight to its existing schedule to Muscat, increasing the number of daily flights to five from August 1, 2016. The airline operates services to Muscat with its A320 aircraft.
Now with 35 flights a week from Hamad International Airport, travellers can easily expore the popular Omani capital city.
Ehab Amin, senior vice president, Commercial GCC, Levant, Iran, Iraq,Yemen, Africa & Indian Sub Continent, Qatar Airways, said, “Both Doha and Muscat are popular cities that offer business, cultural and leisure opportunities to travellers. The additional flight is a response to increased demand on this popular route, and offers our passengers more convenience thereby empowering travellers with the ability to choose flights that are best suited to their unique requirements.”
Passengers travelling from Muscat will now also have increased access to the rest of the world, with the ability to connect through Hamad International Airport.
So far in 2016, the airline has launched routes to Los Angeles (USA), Ras Al Khaimah (UAE), Sydney (Australia), Boston (USA), Birmingham (UK), Adelaide (Australia), Yerevan (Armenia), Atlanta (USA) and Marrakech (Morocco).
From July, new routes will include Pisa (Italy), Sarajevo (Bosnia), Windhoek (Namibia), Helsinki (Finland), Skopje (Macedonia), Krabi (Thailand), Seychelles, and Chiang Mai (Thailand).
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