Qatar Airways will resume flight services to the UAE from 27th January, beginning with Dubai, and followed by Abu Dhabi on 28th January.
To begin with, the airways will start a double-daily service to Dubai, and once a day flight to Abu Dhabi.
In UAE, the passengers will have the opportunity to connect to the largest network in the region that has more than 800 weekly frequencies to over 120 destinations, the airline said.
Earlier at the Gulf Summit this month, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt agreed to heal their differences with Qatar, which led to the reopening of airspace and borders.
Thereafter, Qatar Airways resumed its services to Egypt and Saudi Arabia. The airline also began operations to Riyadh, Dammam, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and to Cairo in Egypt.
It also announced the resumption of service to a second destination in Egypt – Alexandria on 25th January.