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New Qatar Airways flights to link Doha and Dublin from 12th June

Qatar Airways has announced daily non-stop flights connecting Doha and Dublin, the capital of Ireland, on 12th June next year.

The Chief Executive of Qatar Airways Group, Akbar Al Baker, said Qatar Airways has seen unparalleled growth in recent times and continues to launch new destinations on the global route map, improving connectivity of passengers from across the world.

He said the launch of flights to Dublin is an exciting addition to Qatar Airways network, and that he is confident that business and leisure passengers would benefit from this new Boeing 787 Dreamliner service, which will smooth travel in this route.

Meanwhile, Qatar Airways has also announced that its inaugural flight to Thailand’s coastal gateway of Krabi has arrived from Doha. The airline will operate four services per week with Airbus A330-200 to Southern Thailand’s West Coast.

With the launch of this new service, Qatar Airways is the first Middle Eastern airline to offer scheduled services to Krabi, one of the world’s most popular tourism regions.

In 2016, Qatar Airways has launched services to Adelaide and Sydney in Australia, Atlanta in USA, Boston in USA, Birmingham in UK, Los Angeles in USA, Helsinki in Finland, Pisa in Italy, Marrakech in Morocco, RAK in UAE, Windhoek in Namibia and Yerevan in Armenia. Shortly, the airways will launch service to Seychelles also.




Posted on 8/12/2016

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