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Qatar Airways Increases Doha - Kuwait Services

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Qatar Airways has launched an additional daily flight between Kuwait and Doha.

The Doha-based airline now operates five flights daily between Kuwait city and Doha taking the frequency up to 35 weekly services on the route.

The new daily flight QR145 departs Doha at 13:00, arriving in Kuwait at 14:15.

We have experienced spectacular customer response in the past year in Kuwait and thanks to our excellent connections, our passenger growth crossing through our Doha hub has seen exponential growth annually, said Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer, Akbar Al Baker. As part of our growth strategy, we will continue to step up frequency on existing routes, which is a strong lever to facilitate development in the business and tourism sectors.

Over the last six months, Qatar Airways has added eight new routes to its burgeoning global network Bucharest (Romania), Budapest (Hungary), Brussels (Belgium), Stuttgart (Germany), Aleppo (Syria), Shiraz (Iran), Venice (Italy) and Montreal (Canada).

During the second half of 2011, Qatar Airways expands in Saudi Arabia with its fourth gateway to the holy city of Medina, operating four weekly flights starting from 14 July; daily to Kolkata (Calcutta) from 27 July; Bulgarian capital Sofia on 14 September; Norwegian capital Oslo from 5 October; Entebbe in Uganda from 2 November; Azerbaijan capital, Baku on 30 November; and the Georgian capital Tbilisi, also on 30 November.

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