Qatar Airways has announced 12 additional flights, expanding its East African network and consolidating its position as a transit hub between the African continent and Asia-Pacific.
Frequencies on the Doha-Nairobi route will be increased with an additional two flights from January 3, 2011, resulting in double daily service. The flight will depart from Doha at 1230 and arrive in Nairobi at 1750. The return leg will depart from 1850 and arrive back in Doha at 2345.
Frequencies on the Doha-Dar Es Salaam route will rise to 12 times a week with an additional four flights from January 2, and another flight on February 14, 2011. The flights starting on January 2 will depart from Doha at 1120 and arrive in Dar Es Salaam at 1715. The return leg will depart the Tanzanian capital at 1815 and arrive back in Doha at 2350. The additional flight beginning on February 14 will follow the same schedule.
Both routes will be operated by a dual-class Airbus A320 aircraft.
The airline also plans to spread its wings in Europe next year by mounting new flights to Budapest (January 17), Bucharest (January 17), Brussels (January 31) and Stuttgart (March 6). For more details, click here.
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