Qatar Airways has resumed flights to Chengdu and Chongqing in Southwest China.

The oneworld member is now flying three times weekly from both cities, respectively, to its Doha hub.

Qatar Airways flies from Chengdu’s new Tianfu International airport every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 0200, arriving in Doha at 0450.

From Doha to Chengdu, the flights leave Hamad International airport every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 0220, landing in Chengdu at 1455 in the afternoon.

From Chongqing, Qatar Airways flies every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, departing at 0150, and arriving in Doha at 0450.

The return flights to Chongqing are every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, departing Doha at 0235, and arriving in Chongqing at 1510 in the afternoon.

Both routes will be operated by Qatar Airways Airbus A330-300 aircraft, seating 30 passengers in the 2-2-2 lie-flat business class cabin, and 275 in economy class across a 2-4-2 configuration.

Qatar Airways recently agreed a new codeshare with Xiamen Airlines on that carrier’s new flights to Doha, which it says will greatly enhance its presence in China, currently counting 31 weekly frequencies to six Chinese cities.

Qatar Airways also flies double daily to Hong Kong, one of more than 160 destinations serviced worldwide.