Qatar Airways have announced two new Mediterranean destinations Santorini and Dubrovnik and weekly frequencies to increase to multiple destinations, due to market demand and deliveries of more fuel-efficient aircraft.
Santorini joins Athens, Mykonos and Thessaloniki as the fourth destination in Greece, with services to begin in May 2020 with four flights a week, Flights to Dubrovnik, the Airline’s second destination in Croatia after Zagreb will start in April 2020 five times a week.
Qatar Airways also plans to increase the frequency of flights to multiple destinations in 2020 to meet growing customer demand.
The following frequency increases are planned for 2020:
- Adana, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
- Antalya, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
- Athens, Greece will increase from three to four daily flights
- Belgrade, Serbia will increase from seven to 10 weekly flights
- Bodrum, Turkey will increase from three to five weekly flights
- Edinburgh, Scotland will increase from 10 to 14 weekly flights
- Oslo, Norway will increase from 10 to 14 weekly flights
- Venice, Italy will increase from seven to 11 weekly flights
- Warsaw, Poland will increase from 14 to 18 weekly flights
- Zurich, Switzerland will increase from 14 to 18 weekly flights
- Maputo, Mozambique will increase from three to five weekly flights
- Windhoek, Namibia will increase from five to seven weekly flights
- Three of the seven weekly flights to Kigali, Rwanda to be delinked from Entebbe, Uganda and operate direct non-stop flights to each destination
- Daily service to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania will be delinked with non-stop direct daily flights to each destination
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