Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Qatar’s European Expansion – Starts Flights to Tbilisi via Baku

Qatar Airways has kick started its 2012 expansion programme after launching scheduled flights to Tbilisi, Georgia via Baku, Azerbaijan.

Airline’s CEO, Akbar Al Baker who led a delegation on the Baku and Tbilisi inaugural flight QR976, said that Azerbaijan’s expanding tourism and energy reserves were potential elements that led the airline to initiate operations there.

Doha International Airport based airline, Qatar Airways is to operate a new two-class configuration Airbus A320 plane on the route. With 132 economy-class seats and only 12 business-class seats the airline has clearly signalled that the service is going to be highly rewarding for travellers seeking cheap flight tickets to travel with Qatar Airways.

Whether it is economy-class travellers with comparatively cheap flights tickets or business-class travellers, Airbus A320 will offer onboard TVs featuring over 900 audios and videos on demand to all its customers.

Qatar Airways is expanding its network in Europe by adding two more cities in South Eastern continent route. Currently the airline provides connection to Ankara, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Venice, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London Heathrow and Madrid across Europe.

The five-star airline is highly popular for short, mid and long haul routes across many continents. Many travellers prefer Qatar Airways for Flights to Dubai, Melbourne, Muscat, Kuwait, Delhi, Goa and to many other destinations.

As part of its 2012 expansion plan, Qatar Airways will serve seven new destinations including Kigali (Rwanda) from March 21; Zagreb (Croatia) from May 9; Perth (Australia) from July 3; with dates yet to be proclaimed for other new routes – Mombasa (Kenya), Zanzibar (Tanzania), Helsinki (Finland), and Gassim (Saudi Arabia).

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2 comments:

  1. This is good news for me since i fly here a lot for business. My company finds great business class tickets at a cheap price too.

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