DOHA, May 6 : Qatar Airways announced that it will gradually restart its flights to its global network of destinations in line with the increasing demand for travel and the easing of restrictions on entry to many countries around the world.
Qatar Airways said in a statement today, Wednesday, that during the crisis of the Corona Virus – Coved 19, the company continued to operate its flights to more than 30 destinations, which helped more than a million passengers to return to their countries and enabled the carrier to closely monitor global travel and start planning. To gradually relaunch flights to more destinations.
The statement added that Qatar Airways will add its diverse fleet of aircraft to meet the expected demand for all destinations expected to be relaunched.
By the end of next June, the company is looking to operate flights to 80 destinations worldwide, including 23 destinations in Europe, four destinations in the Americas, 20 destinations in the Middle East and Africa and 33 destinations in Asia.
He pointed out that a schedule of trips will be allocated to many of these cities with one or more trips per day to each destination, and the company will add more destinations before the end of next June.
The statement said that the gradual expansion will focus in the first stage on enhancing flights between the carrier’s operations headquarters in Doha with the global headquarters of its partners around the world, which include London, Chicago, Dallas and Hong Kong, indicating that this comes in conjunction with the reopening of many business and tourism destinations globally such as Madrid and Mumbai. (KUNA)