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Qatar Airways plans to launch service to about 17 new destinations in 2017, said the national airline in its ‘Annual Report 2016’ released here recently.
The new Residence Permit Card is the sole identity proof of expat residents and their valid residency document in the country, which should be carried by them all the time and produced when demanded by the authorities, particularly when travelling from and back to the country, said the recent post by Interior Ministry.
Jet Airways will expand its operations to India from Qatar, through the launch of an additional daily service between Doha and Delhi from 1st July this year.
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.
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.
Beginning 15th June, no stickers would be placed on passport of expatriates and their dependents who are issued Residence Permits (RP) or whose RP are being renewed.
The Sixth edition of Qatar International Food Festival 2015 (QIFF 2015) has drawn a record 170,000 visitors at the Museum of Islamic Art last week.
The Sixth Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) 2015 will be unveiled today at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) Park, offering five days of food delicacies and variety entertainment to suit one and all.
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 region’s transport sector, a new report said.
23/9/2014 - The Indian-based airline Jet Airways is entering an expansion mode and is doubling its daily frequency between Doha and Mumbai and will also launch new services to Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode in Kerala.
26/8/2014 - Qatar Airways has announced plans to increase frequency on the popular Doha (DOH)-Dubai (DXB) routes from 26th October, with introduction of additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC).
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