Qatar Airways has announced plans to resume flights to the Portuguese capital.

The carrier will operate a four-times-weekly service to Lisbon using Boeing 787-8 aircraft, with the route commencing on 6 June, 2024.

The airline plans to fly to more than 170 destinations this summer, including 50 in Europe.

The airline will also resume flights to Venice in June, while services to Hamburg will follow in July.

Qatar Airways chief commercial officer, Thierry Antinori, said:

“As we continue to expand in the European market, we celebrate the resumption of our flights to the beautiful city of Lisbon. Qatar Airways passengers can now enjoy very efficient ways to travel between Qatar and Portugal, as well as connect between Portugal and Asia, Africa, Middle East and the Indian subcontinent, through the best airport in Middle East which offers customers the best duty free and best lounges in the region.”