Qatar Airways to fly Dreamliner on India routes
Manama, August 20, 2013
Qatar Airways has announced plans to extend its Boeing 787 Dreamliner route network to India with the launch of services to and from Delhi and Bangalore starting on September 1.
The introduction of the state-of-the-art Dreamliner promises the airlines' passengers with an unparalleled level of service, comfort and travel experience, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
"In line with our commitment to offer our passengers the most exceptional travel experience, we are delighted to introduce Qatar Airways' Dreamliner on two of our important Indian routes," said Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker.
"The introduction of our Dreamliner service provides our passengers with an unbeatable level of service and comfort besides reiterating our firm belief in the 787s unrivalled capabilities and the value it will add to Qatar Airways' plans to continue delivering on its promise of quality," he added.
India remains a key market for Qatar Airways having an extensive route network offering 95 passenger flights non-stop each week from 12 gateway cities to Doha.
Currently, Indian operations cover daily services to Doha from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai and Bangalore, together with 11-flights-a-week from Kochi and double daily flights from Delhi.
Flights from India connect via Doha to popular cities in Qatar Airways' global network including London, New York, Montreal, Washington, Dubai, Nairobi, Paris, Frankfurt and Oslo. – TradeArabia News Service
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