Qatar Airways increases flights to Paris

Travel News Asia 23 August 2004

As part of its summer schedule Qatar Airways has upgraded services to Frances capital - Paris -  to a daily flight from a five times per week schedule.

Paris, widely recognised as the most romantic city in the world, is a destination that offers not only romance, but a rich culture and history, some of the best shopping in the world, and access to a country that is famed for its chateaux, lush countryside and beautiful coastline.

The Paris route is extremely popular with our passengers, and demand requested an increase in our regular services, Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Mr. Akbar Al Baker announced.

The additional services will allow easier connections to our route network via Paris, for travellers going through Paris and Doha to our destinations in the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent or the Far East.

Apart from being a bustling business hub, Paris is very popular with tourists from the Middle East and the Far East transferring through Doha International Airport, and it offers connections to other destinations in Europe and the Americas, Mr Al Baker concluded.

Qatar Airways flight QR017 flies to Paris on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, leaving Doha International Airport at 00:45 hrs, arriving at Paris Charles de Gaulle at 07:00 hrs.

On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, flight QR015 leaves Doha at 12:40 hrs, arriving in Paris at 18:55 hrs.

Return flights leave Paris on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 12:00 hrs, arriving in Doha at 19:45 hrs.

On Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays, flights leave Paris Charles de Gaulle airport at 22:15 hrs, to arrive at Doha International Airport at 05:55 hrs, the next morning.

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