Qatar Airways is increasing the number of flights it provides to European destinations in order to keep up with the demand from customers. This will include an increase in the frequency of flights on three of its most popular routes from Doha to Europe.
The increase will feature a change on the Doha-to-Stockholm service. Starting December 1, 2015, the current ten flights per week will be increased to 13. This will boost capacity on the route by 30 percent. The change is a seasonal one, and the additional services will operate until March 25, 2016. There will be one flight per day on Wednesdays and two flights per day during the rest of the week, all of which will be operated on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The airline will expand its network of flights further with an increase in the number of services going to Copenhagen. From December 2, 2015, a twice-daily service will offer better connectivity for passengers travelling between the Middle East and Scandinavian countries.
The third change to the Qatar schedule will be an increase in flight frequencies between Doha and Brussels. There will now be one additional service a week, giving those looking for places to stay in Brussels eight flights to choose from. This will take effect from December 4, 2015.
Since launching 18 years ago, Qatar Airways has rapidly expanded its service. It now operates a total of 166 aircraft and flies to 152 destinations across the Middle East, Europe, Asia Pacific, North and South America, and Africa.