Qatar Airways announces global network capacity increases with new flights to China, Europe

Qatar Airways announced global network capacity increases with three of its destinations receiving upgraded aircraft commencing July 1.

New aircrafts began daily flights to Guangzhou, China, Geneva, Switzerland and Warsaw, Poland from Doha’s Hamad International Airport.


“Qatar Airways is delighted to enhance the aircraft that serve the important destinations of Guangzhou, Geneva and Warsaw, almost doubling the daily capacity across all of these routes from Doha’s Hamad International Airport,” Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said. “This is testament to our commitment to provide our passengers with the greatest comfort on board the world’s most modern and efficient aircraft, while illustrating our confidence in the popularity of these cities as a place to visit and do business.”

Qatar Airways, currently operating 186 aircraft servicing more than 150 important commercial and leisure destinations globally, has seen rapid growth in its 19 years of business. These latest announcements continue that improvement.

The company additionally announced that it opened a new Boeing 787 Dreamliner service to Marrakesh. The Dreamliner has a two-cabin configuration with 22 Business Class seats and 232 Economy Class seats.

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