Qatar Airways European Expansion
Taking the airline’s coverage across the European continent to 32 destinations, Qatar Airways announced last week that it is launching flights to Serbia and Poland at the end of the year.
The service to Serbia’s capital Belgrade will start on November 20 and will run with a frequency of three times a week via Ankara, Turkey. The service to Warsaw, Poland’s capital and one of the oldest cities in Europe, will begin on December 5 and will operate four times a week.
Both services will operate from Qatar Airways’s Doha hub with an Airbus configured in two classes — 12 seats in Business and 132 in Economy.
Earlier this year the airline started flying to other European capitals such as Baku, Azerbaijan; Zagreb, Croatia; and Tbilisi, Georgia. Other recent additions to the airline’s portfolio include Kigali, Rwanda; Erbil and Baghdad, Iraq; Perth, Australia; and Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
Over the next few months the airline is also launching new routes to Yangon, Myanmar (October 3), Maputo, Mozambique (October 31) and Chicago (April 10).
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