GREEN SHOOTS. Qatar Airways will fly to 80 cities by June 2020.

Updated: May 10, 2020

Qatar Airways has confirmed plans for phased expansion and plans to serve 52 destinations by the end of May, and 80 destinations by the end of June Frequencies will vary, and in some markets we’ll even see multiple daily frequencies by the end of next month.

  • Qatar Airways will fly to the following six destinations in Africa: Addis Ababa, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos, Nairobi and Tunis.

  • 4 destinations in the Americas: Chicago, Dallas, Sao Paulo and Montreal.

  • 33 destinations in Asia-Pacific: Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Singapore, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Mumbai, Calicut, Kolkata, Colombo, Kochi, Dhaka, New Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kathmandu, Chennai, Male, Trivandrum, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

  • 23 destinations in Europe: Athens, Budapest, Moscow, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Barcelona, Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Rome, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Milán, Oslo, Berlin, Vienna and Zurich.

14 destinations in the Middle East: Amman, Beirut, Baghdad, Basra, Erbil, Teheran , Sulaymaniyah, Kuwait, Muscat, Mashad, Najaf, Sohar, Salalah and Shiraz.

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