Qatar Airways increases frequencies to Eastern Europe and a Nordics

DOHA, QATAR – Qatar Airways has doubled a frequencies to a series of destinations in Eastern Europe and a Nordics, following a poignant boost in newcomer approach to a renouned destinations of Prague, Warsaw and Helsinki.

Commencing mid-December, a award-winning airline will deliver an additional daily moody on any of a routes to accommodate a flourishing inbound and outbound transport approach by adding an Airbus A320 service, charity an additional 132 daily seats in both directions.

The magnitude increases, a latest in a series of such upgrades opposite a Qatar Airways track network, come only 8 weeks after a airline launched a approach use to Prague, Czech Republic, on a initial anniversary of scheduled use to Helsinki, Finland, and some-more than a year given a daily use to Warsaw, Poland was upgraded to a wide-body Airbus A330 service.

His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, said: “Qatar Airways is gay to promote this boost in newcomer approach by doubling a daily frequencies to a renouned destinations of Prague, Warsaw and Helsinki. In line with a strong and expedited enlargement plans, these boost in frequencies will yield even larger choice to a business and convenience passengers, who can bond seamlessly during Hamad International Airport onwards to some-more than 150 tellurian destinations.”

Qatar Airways’ boost in magnitude to Helsinki, announced on a initial anniversary of a route, will now meant that a airline serves a Nordic collateral cities of Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Helsinki with a sum of 98 flights per week, to and from HIA. Alongside Helsinki’s stream Boeing 787 service, a cities of Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo are also served with a swift of Dreamliner aircraft.

The additional frequencies to Prague, Helsinki and Warsaw will be operated by Airbus A320, featuring 12 Business Class seats and 120 Economy Class seats, supplementing a stream Airbus A320 use to Prague, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner use to Helsinki and a Airbus A330 use to Warsaw. 

Passengers travelling in Business Class can demeanour brazen to relaxing in one of a many gentle and high-tech, fully-flat beds as good as relief of a five-star food and libation service, that is served ‘dine on demand.’ Passengers can also suffer a airline’s award-winning in-flight party system, Oryx One, charity adult to 4,000 party options.

The award-winning airline has perceived a series of accolades this year, including Airline of a Year by a prestigious 2017 Skytrax World Airline Awards, that was hold during a Paris Air Show. This is a fourth time that Qatar Airways has been given this tellurian recognition. Qatar’s inhabitant conduit also won a raft of other vital awards during a ceremony, including Best Airline in a Middle East, World’s Best Business Class and World’s Best First Class Airline Lounge.

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