Qatar Airways launched flights to 11 destinations on July 1, 2020, marking a significant day in the airline’s mission to return to normal operations.
The Qatari carrier launched daily flights to Bali Denpasar; seven weekly flights to Beirut; three weekly flights to Belgrade; three weekly flights to Berlin; and five weekly flights to Boston, which will increase to daily on August 1.
Also on the list were the following destinations: Edinburgh (three weekly flights); Larnaca (three weekly flights); Los Angeles (three weekly flights, five weekly from July 17 and six weekly from August 1); Prague (three weekly flights); Washington DC (five weekly flights increasing to daily from August 1) and Zagreb (three weekly flights).
By mid-July, Qatar Airways’ network will expand to over 430 weekly flights to more than 65 destinations. On July 4, the carrier will be launching thrice weekly flights to a new destination, Toronto, Canada, while on July 9, it will be resuming thrice weekly services to Ankara.
Following this, the airline will relaunch four weekly services to Zanzibar on July 11 and three weekly flights to Kilimanjaro on July 13.
On July 15 alone, three destination will relaunch, including Bucharest (four weekly flights), Sofia (four weekly flights) and Venice (three weekly flights).
In order to ensure the safety of its passengers, Qatar Airways provides a complimentary protective kit onboard. The ziplocked pouch boasts a single-use surgical face mask, large disposable powder-free gloves and an alcohol-based hand sanitiser gel. The airline has also introduced disposable face shields for adults and children.