Qatar Airways to Increase Flights to Madrid, Spain

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Qatar Airways will increase its operations to Madrid, Spain, with the addition of three extra flights per week from 16 November 2014.

The increase in frequency will bring the total number of flights up from seven to ten per week, resulting in a significant increase in flight options for passengers.

With the addition of the three new frequencies, the route, which will be serviced by Boeing 777 aircraft, will offer an additional 252 Business Class and 1,758 Economy Class seats per week, for an overall increase of 2,010 seats.

The additional flight timings will offer passengers even more choice when connecting to any of Qatar Airways 144 destinations throughout its global network.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker said, In the short time that we have been flying to Madrid, we have witnessed a steady increase in the demand for flights to and from the city. I am happy to say that a direct result of that is the number of travellers that choose to fly with us has also increased, and this is why we are thrilled to be able to satisfy the demand of our passengers by offering three additional flights per week. We look forward to welcoming both our current and new passengers onboard, where they will have an opportunity to have an enhanced five-star travel experience with Qatar Airways.

Qatar Airways first launched direct flights to Madrid, both the capital and the most populous city in Spain, in January 2011. With a population of more than three million, the Spanish capital is considered one of the worlds major global cities thanks to its influence in the areas of politics, education, environment, fashion, science and the arts.

Qatar Airways, Doha, Qatar, Madrid, Spain

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