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Qatar Airways to Increase Frequency across India by 60%

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Monday, 15 January 2007

Qatar Airways is set to expand its operations across India with the launch of two new routes and the introduction of additional capacity on existing services.

Beginning April 2007, Chennai in southern India, and Ahmedabad, in western India, will join Qatar Airways burgeoning Indian network, which already includes non-stop services from Doha to Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Cochin and Trivandrum.

Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadu state, and the Gujarat capital of Ahmedabad, will each be served with seven flights a week from the start of the Summer 2007 flying season.

The Doha-based carrier has also been granted rights by the Indian government to increase capacity to the countrys commercial capital of Mumbai and the southern city of Trivandrum with its bigger, state-of-the-art Airbus A330 aircraft almost doubling the number of seats on both routes, each served daily.

The Cochin and Hyderabad flights will see frequency increase by two and three flights, respectively, to give both cities a daily operation, and each served with a two-class Airbus A321.

Qatar Airways normally operates 30 flights a week between Doha and five cities across India. Under the new bilateral arrangement, the airline will serve India with 49 flights a week.

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