Frequencies to Stockholm, Oslo, Moscow, Rome and Milan
Qatar Airways says it will increase daily frequencies to both Stockholm and Oslo, as well as to the Italian cities of Milan and Rome.
This is due to a rise in demand to key European destinations, especially from the Asia Pacific region, Qatar says. Flights to Rome, Milan and Stockholm will increase to 17 per week from Doha’s Hamad International Airport, while flights to Oslo will go from seven to 10 per week.
The airline has also revealed that its double-daily flights to Moscow will increase to three times daily from December 14, just five days before its inaugural daily route to the Russian city of St Petersburg.
In addition to the frequency increases to Stockholm, Oslo, Moscow, Rome and Milan, Qatar Airways recently announced additional daily non-stop flights to Helsinki as well as Kyiv, Prague and Warsaw due to what it called “a significant increase in passenger demand”.
“Qatar Airways continues to expedite its ambitious expansion plans and demonstrate strong growth across Europe and Russia,” commented Qatar Airways’ chief executive, Akbar Al Baker. “These additional frequencies will provide our passengers with an array of convenient travel options when travelling to Doha or further afield on our global network.”