Qatar Airways and Brazils Gol Start Codesharing

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Qatar Airways and Brazils Gol Linhas Areas Inteligentes have implemented a new codeshare agreement to connect travellers from Doha to 46 cities across Brazil through Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport.

With this new agreement, Qatar Airways customers are able to purchase a single itinerary combining flights on both carriers global networks, affording them the ease of one-stop ticketing and through baggage check-in.

Qatar Airways, the national airline of the State of Qatar, operates daily non-stop flights between its Doha hub and Brazils largest city of Sao Paulo, using its flagship Boeing 777-200 Long Range aircraft. Configured with 42 seats in Business Class and 217 seats in Economy, every passenger in both classes has access to a fully interactive individual audio and video entertainment system with more than 900 programming options to choose from.

Gol has one of the most extensive route networks in Brazil, with more than 900 daily departures to dozens of key Brazilian cities, including Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Curitiba, Foz da Igua, Porto Alegre, Florianpolis and Londrina.

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer, Akbar Al Baker said, We are pleased to now be growing our passenger base through this exciting new partnership with Gol Linhas Areas, which offers a convenient travel experience across Gols domestic network in Brazil to the many international destinations we fly to beyond our Doha hub ... Whether passengers are flying to Brazil or from Brazil, we assure a seamless experience with our new partner airline Gol.

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