Qatar Airways is to launch a third daily flight
to Bangkok, effective 1 November 2010.
The increase in capacity
comes just three weeks after the airline launches scheduled
flights to the popular Thai resort of Phuket.
The Bangkok service will facilitate increasing
demand from many parts of the world, particularly European and
North and South American customers for travel to Thailand.
The additional Bangkok service will continue to Vietnam
with four of the flights heading onwards to the capital Hanoi and
three onto Ho Chi Minh City.
Passengers originating in
Thailand or Vietnam can also purchase tickets to fly between
Bangkok and both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on Qatar Airways.
Beginning 12 October 2010 , Qatar Airways introduces
six-flights-a-week to Phuket via Kuala Lumpur. With the Bangkok
flights, the airline’s Thai operations will step up from 21 to 27
flights a week across two destinations.
By 2013, Qatar Airways plans to
serve 120 key business and leisure destinations worldwide with a
modern fleet of 120 aircraft. Today, the airline’s fleet stands at
88 aircraft, flying to 92 destinations across Europe, Asia, Middle
East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North and South America.
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