Qatar Airways expects to resume flights to half of its destinations by June

Airline announced on Wednesday that it has started phased rebuilding of its network with the aim of reaching 52 destinations in May and 80 cities by the end of June

Qatar Airways on Wednesday announced a phased rebuilding of its network. The aim of the airline is to reach 52 destinations by the end of this month and increase to 80 cities in June. It is almost half of the destinations that Qatar operated until February, before the outbreak, a total of 167 cities in the world.

“Our airline has implemented industry-leading hygiene practices and commercial policies enabling our passengers to book and travel with confidence. We have built a strong level of trust with passengers, governments, trade and airports as a reliable partner during this crisis and we intend to continue delivering on this mission as we gradually expand our network,” said Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker.

Qatar expects to resume flights to 23 destinations in Europe, four in the Americas, 20 in the Middle East and Africa and 33 in the Pacific and Asia region by the end of June. The company promises that there will be frequencies at least daily.

According to the airline, the expansion will be gradual and initially focused on strengthening connections between its hub in Doha and other airports with a large presence of such partners as London, Chicago, Dallas and Hong Kong along with reopening many major business and leisure destinations such as Madrid and Mumbai.

Check the list of destinations that Qatar plans to resume its frequencies by the end of the semester:


Addis Ababa (ADD), Cape Town (CPT), Johannesburg (JNB), Lagos (LOS), Nairobi (NBO), Tunis (TUN)


Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), Sao Paulo (GRU), Montreal (YUL)


Guangzhou (CAN), Hong Kong (HKG), Seoul (ICN), Tokyo (NRT), Beijing (PEK), Shanghai (PVG), Bangkok (BKK), Jakarta (CGK), Kuala Lumpur (KUL), Manila (MNL ), Singapore (SIN), Ahmedabad (AMD), Amritsar (ATQ), Bangalore (BLR), Mumbai (BOM), Calicut (CCJ), Kolkata (CCU), Colombo (CMB), Kochi (COK), Dhaka (DAC) ), New Delhi (DEL), Goa (GOI), Hyderabad (HYD), Kathmandu (KTM), Chennai (MAA), Male (MLE), Trivandrum (TRV), Islamabad (ISB), Karachi (KHI), Lahore ( LHE), Melbourne (MEL), Perth (PER), Sydney (SYD)


Athens (ATH), Budapest (BUD), Moscow (DME), Istanbul (IST), Amsterdam (AMS), Stockholm (ARN), Barcelona (BCN), Brussels (BRU), Paris (CDG), Copenhagen (CPH), Dublin (DUB), Edinburgh (EDI), Rome (FCO), Frankfurt (FRA), London (LHR), Madrid (MAD), Manchester (MAN), Munich (MUC), Milan (MXP), Oslo (OSL), Berlin (TXL), Vienna (VIE), Zurich (ZRH)

Middle East

Amman (AMM), Beirut (BEY), Baghdad (BGW), Basra (BSR), Erbil (EBL), Teheran (IKA), Sulaymaniyah (ISU), Kuwait (KWI), Muscat (MCT), Mashad (MHD), Najaf (NJF), Sohar (OHS), Salalah (SLL), Shiraz (SYZ)


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