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Qatar Airways to Increase Flights to Manila, Philippines

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Qatar Airways is to add six extra flights per week between Doha and Manila starting from 26 October 2015, following an expanded Air Service Agreement signed between the State of Qatar and the Republic of Philippines.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said, The increase in flight frequencies on the DohaManila route serves to further strengthen commercial and trade links between our two countries and we are delighted to be able to provide our Philippines-based passengers with greater connectivity options when they choose to fly with Qatar Airways. Now, more passengers will be able to experience our award-winning hospitality and also our state-of-the-art Hamad International Airport when transiting seamlessly onward to their final destination. Passengers travelling with Qatar Airways beyond Doha can also look forward to flying on some of the worlds most advanced aircraft, including the A350 XWB.

The Doha-based carrier currently operates eight flights per week to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.

With the increase in weekly flights, Qatar Airways will operate a full twice-daily service to Manila, in addition to its daily flights between Clark and Doha.

The Doha Manila route is operated by the Boeing 777 aircraft, featuring 24 Business Class seats and 356 seats in Economy Class.

Qatar Airways, Doha, Manila, Philippines

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