Qatar Airways is proud to reaffirm its ongoing commitment to US bound customers with the resumption of flights to New York (JFK), starting today (June 19), as well as to Boston, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles from July 1.
This will see the airline’s US network rebuild to 39 weekly flights by mid-July 2020.
With strong existing partnerships with American Airlines and JetBlue in place, the restarting of these flights brings even greater benefits to Qatar Airways passengers. Existing services to Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago currently enable passengers to book onward travel with American Airlines to almost 180 destinations on more than 350 domestic flights per day.
This will increase to more than 600 daily flights with the addition of services to Boston, New York, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles.
Qatar Airways’ New York flights and five-weekly Boston flights will also facilitate the resumption of the JetBlue codeshare. Passengers will immediately be able to book travel across the entire JetBlue network on 70 flights per day to 46 destinations.
Chief executive, Qatar Airways Group, HE Akbar Al Baker stated: “With the relaunch of these additional four destinations bringing our total to six, Qatar Airways is clearly demonstrating its strong commitment to the US market. All of the six destinations will be served with a minimum of five weekly flights from mid-July, with 10 weekly flights operating to JFK.
“Offering unrivalled connectivity via Hamad International Airport in Doha, recently voted the Best Airport in the Middle East for the sixth year in a row, passengers to and from the US can seamlessly connect with over 40 cities across Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Middle East from mid-July,” he concluded.