Wed, 7 December 2016

Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Dublin, Ireland

Qatar Airways has unveiled plans to launch daily non-stop B787 flights between Doha and Dublin, Ireland on 12 June 2017.

Situated on Irelands east coast, Dublin features many cultural and historic highlights and has long attracted visitors from all over the world.

Visitors to the city are able to see attractions such as St. Patrick's Cathedral and Dublin Castle, while also being in easy reach of the citys beaches and the famous Wicklow Mountains.

Dublin also serves as the gateway to all of Ireland with its lush countryside and many historic attractions.

Dublin Airport Managing Director, Vincent Harrison, said, We look forward to welcoming the new daily Doha service from June and to working closely with Qatar Airways to promote the route. This service will bring extra choice and convenience for passengers and will also add Dublin and Ireland to Qatars growing global network.

Qatar Airways Boeing 787s features 254 custom-made seats across its Business and Economy Class cabins with specially designed interiors.

Business Class is configured in a 121 layout with 22 seats, while Economy has 232 seats in a 333 layout.

All seats feature individual television screens and on board WIFI, with Business Class seats reclining into a fully flat bed.

Flight Schedule

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (from 12 Jun 2017)
Doha (DOH) to Dublin (DUB) QR19 departs: 01:25 arrives: 07:25
Dublin (DUB) to Doha (DOH) to QR20 departs: 08:50 arrives: 18:05

Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday (from 13 Jun 2017)
Doha (DOH) to Dublin (DUB) QR17 departs: 07:20 arrives: 13:20
Dublin (DUB) to Doha (DOH) QR18 departs: 15:25 arrives 00:40+1

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