Qatar Airways has announced eight new destinations joining its network in 2020.

They are:

  • Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan: Two weekly flights starting March 30;
  • Almaty, Kazakhstan: Two weekly flights starting April 1, increasing to four weekly flights from May 25;
  • Cebu, Philippines: Three weekly flights starting April 8 (previously served by Qatar Airways in 2012);
  • Accra, Ghana: Daily flights starting April 15;
  • Trabzon, Turkey: Three weekly flights starting May 20;
  • Lyon, France: Five weekly flights starting June 23;
  • Luanda, Angola: Four weekly flights starting October 14;
  • Siem Reap, Cambodia: Five weekly flights starting November 16.

It will be the only non-Asian carrier to fly into Siem Reap, providing a new and convenient direct route via Doha for UK passengers visiting the popular tourist destination.

It continues the airline’s expansion in Asia and Africa. Last year it added flights to Rabat in Morocco; Davao in the Philippines; Mogadishu in Somalia; Langkawi in Malaysia; and Gaborone in Botswana, as well as Lisbon, Malta and Izmir in Turkey.