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With over 270 weekly flights to more than 45 destinations, Qatar’s national airline continues to maintain its position as the world’s largest international airline. Qatar Airways continues the gradual restructuring of its network and resumed flights to the following destinations in the last couple of weeks:
- Budapest (three weekly flights since June 15)
- Dar es Salaam (three weekly flights since June 16)
- Dhaka (three weekly flights since June 15)
- Istanbul (daily flights since June 13th)
- New York (since June 19; daily flights from June 22, 10 weekly flights from July 2)
Higher booking volume
With the easing of international entry restrictions, Qatar Airways is also seeing a rise in bookings and is therefore beginning to increase frequencies to existing destinations too.
Qatar Airways increases frequencies to various destinations
- Athens (increased from three weekly to daily flights)
- Dallas-Fort Worth (increased from three weekly to daily flights)
- Dublin (increased from five weekly to daily flights)
- Islamabad (now operating double daily flights)
- Jakarta (increased from four weekly to daily flights)
- Karachi (now operating double daily flights)
- Lahore (now operating double daily flights)
- Milan (increased from five weekly to daily flights)
- Rome (increased from six weekly to daily flights)
- Singapore (increasing from three weekly to daily flights)
In addition, Qatar Airways continues to serve many important global destinations, including Amsterdam, London Heathrow, Melbourne, Seoul, Sydney, Tokyo and Zurich.
To ensure that travellers can plan in peace, the airline has expanded its booking guidelines. Qatar Airways allows unlimited date changes, and destinations can be changed as often as necessary as long as they are within 5,000 miles of the original destination. The airline does not charge tariff differences for trips completed before December 31, 2020; thereafter the regular tariff conditions apply. All tickets booked for travel through December 31, 2020 are valid for two years from the date of issue.
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