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Qatar Airways launches Flights to Barcelona

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Qatar Airways has launched daily flights between Doha and the vibrant Spanish city, Barcelona.

 Barcelona is Qatar Airways second city served in Spain, after Madrid, and is expected to receive great response from leisure and business travellers alike.

As Spains second largest city, Barcelona is a popular tourist centre on the Mediterranean coastline. It is home to one of Europes main ports and has a thriving economic base due largely to its importance in finance, commerce, media, entertainment, arts and international trade. According to official tourism data, 52 million tourists visit Spain every year, making it one of the most visited countries in the world.

 Barcelona is a vibrant city with incredible appeal among leisure and business travellers, and we are confident that our new daily flights will be equally successful as our daily services to Madrid, said Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer, Akbar Al Baker. With 14 flights a week now operating to Spain, this reflects the high demand we have been experiencing in and out of the region, helped by increased economic ties between the Middle East and the Iberian Peninsula.

Barcelona is the 2,000 year old capital of the Catalunyan region, an excellent year-round destination, offering art, unique architecture, excellent nightlife, sophisticated shopping and gastronomical delights which cater to travellers of all ages and budgets.

On the Doha Barcelona route, Qatar Airways operates an Airbus A319 in a two-class configuration of 8 seats in Business Class and 102 in Economy.

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