Germany is all set to help further from Qatar Airways’ global network as the airline prepares to boost services to its capital city, Berlin. The airline has pretty much gotten back in form, posting a record profit and developing its network and flight frequencies lately.
Hamad International Airport
Qatar Airways is ready to show more love to Berlin, with more flights in about a month and a half. The airline will up its recent schedule of once-daily flights to 10 weekly starting August 11th. From September 6th, the schedule will acquire a further increase with 11 flights a week between Doha’s Hamad International Airport and Berlin Brandenberg Airport.
The carrier’s CEO Akbar Al Baker remarked We have continuously helped the German market to ensure stronger connectivity to our passengers, permitting them to have one-stop services to so many international destinations. We have made huge efforts to provide options to our passengers in Germany and by boosting our Berlin schedule to eleven flights per week, we now operate 46 flights per week to Doha from our three gateways.”
Flights from three airports
Qatar has always maintained a strong presence in Germany with flights from three airports in the country – Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich. Even in the early days of the pandemic, it maintained services to 2 cities and helped bring almost 25,000 passengers safely home to Germany.Schedule
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The Doha-Belin-Doha flights will operate using the carrier’s Boeing 787 aircraft to the following
Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 150 destinations worldwide, connecting through its Doha hub, Hamad International Airport, which was named the ‘Best Airport in the World” by Skytrax World Airport Awards 2021.
Last month, the airline said its best year ever in its 25-year history, posting a profit of $1.54 billion. It was about 200% higher than its next-best performing year, highlighting the airline’s efforts to stay profitable even in these challenging times.
Qatar has proven quite agile and successful in implementing the strategy of maintaining focus on the needs of its customers. It has had a series of tie-ups with other carriers and recently declared a new codeshare deal with Airlink in South Africa.
The deal will permit passengers to connect seamlessly between 45 destinations in 13 countries across Southern Africa and the rest of the world and is possible to be a win-win for both airlines involved and passengers alike.
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