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24/11/2015 - Hamad International Airport has been awarded Best Airport Award during the first Future Travel Experience (FTE) Asia Awards ceremony, held in Singapore on 18th November 2015.
Qatar Airways will double its services to Australia next year, by including more flights to Sydney in March and Adelaide in May, as it tries to narrow down the advantage now enjoyed by some of the flag-carries in the UAE, on connecting flights between Australia and Europe.
18/11/2015 - Construction work on Doha Metro is currently in full zoom and the first phase of the project will be ready by end of 2019.
The official launch of $825mn Labour City, the largest workers accommodation facility, which can house about 70,000 workers has been announced.
11/8/2015 - Hamad International Airport (HIA), the Qatars gateway to the world, has completed one year of operations, having served a total of 28million passengers from June 2014 to May 2015.
The focus on infrastructure development will continue in Qatar based on the original plans of the country.
The Qatar Rail is taking initiatives to make Qatar a smart nation by offering easy, efficient and integrated transport facility in the country, says Abdulla Abdulaziz al Subaie, the Managing Director.
Major infrastructural development activities, together with increasing worker numbers in the country by the day, have led to opening of more eateries across Doha, which even remain open round-the-clock, said a recent report.
The Public Works Authority in Qatar (Ashghal) has announced major development works at Al Wakra and Mesaieed areas in the south of the country over the next three years, worth a total of QR10billion, a report said.
About 55 new parks will come up in various municipalities in Doha, in the near future, with the public parks department implementing a brief plan to create green spaces in various areas, announced Mohammed Ali al Khouri, the Director of Public Parks Department at the Ministry and Urban Planning (MMUP).
6/1/2015 - The GCC nations are working to build a GCC rail network over the coming years, and they will continue to fuel the rapid development in the regionís transport sector, a new report said.
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