Qatar Airways has unveiled a plan to rebuild its route network by July

Qatar Airways has unveiled a plan to restore the route network until July 2020.

In May, the airline intends to fly to 53 destinations, and in June to expand the network to 80 routes to Europe, America, Africa, Asia and Australia.

Now the airline serves about 30 routes that operate to deliver people home.

“We monitor global travel market indicators daily and continue to focus on our mission – how we can make mobility accessible for customers and provide them with a convenient connection in their direction,” said Akbar El-Baker, head of Qatar Airways Group.

The airline emphasized that they have different types of aircraft in the fleet that will allow them to select the correct capacity for the expected demand on each route.

List of planned Qatar Airways routes for the end of June 2020:

Europe:

Athens, Budapest, Moscow (Domodedovo), Istanbul, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Barcelona, ​​Brussels, Paris, Copenhagen, Dublin, Edinburgh, Rome, Frankfurt, London (Heathrow), Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Milan, Oslo, Berlin, Vienna, Zurich

America:

Chicago, Dallas, Sao Paulo, Montreal,

Near East:

Amman, Beirut, Baghdad, Basra, Erbil, Tehran, Sulaymaniyah, KuwaitMaskat, Mashhad, An-Najav, Sukhar, Salalah, Shiraz

Africa:

Addis Ababa, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos, Nairobi, Tunisia

Asian-Pacific area:

Guangzhou, HongKong, Seoul, Tokyo(Narita), Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Singapore, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Mumbai, Kozhikode, Calcutta, Colombo, Cochin, Dhaka, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad, Kathmandu, Male, Chennai, Trivandrum, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney

A Qatar Airways report said that the resumption of flights in each specific direction will depend on the receipt of permission from the authorities. Accordingly, this list is subject to change.

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