Qatar Airways to operate triple daily flights to Abu Dhabi from July
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Qatar Airways to operate triple daily flights to Abu Dhabi from July

Qatar Airways to operate triple daily flights to Abu Dhabi from July

With the increase in services, Qatar Airways will operate a total of 56 flights from its three gateways in UAE: Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi

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Qatar Airways has announced an increase in flights between Abu Dhabi and Doha. The airline will operate triple daily flights commencing on July 10.

With this increase in its services, the airline will operate 21 weekly flights from Abu Dhabi, and a total of 56 flights from its three gateways in UAE: Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.

Qatar Airways group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are pleased to offer seven additional weekly flights to Abu Dhabi, providing passengers from UAE with more connectivity and convenience. By offering these additional flights between Doha and Abu Dhabi, passengers can enjoy more of our extensive network, and increased flexibility in making their travel plans via the best airport in the world, Hamad International.”

Passengers from Abu Dhabi can benefit from Qatar Airways’ expanded network in the US, Europe, Asia and Africa. They can also enjoy the airline’s newly integrated rewards currency.

Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 140 destinations worldwide, connecting through its Doha hub, Hamad International Airport.

In other news, Qatar Airways announced it would resume flights to London Gatwick Airport from June 5.

The airline will operate a daily service from Gatwick to Doha using its Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The resumption of the London Gatwick service complements recently launched flights to Doha from Gatwick by the airline’s joint business partner British Airways.

Customers flying to and from London Gatwick will be able to avail of two options daily – one on Qatar Airways, and the other being a British Airways flight.

Read: Qatar Airways to resume flights to London Gatwick in June

Earlier in January, Qatar Airways implemented Oracle Fusion Cloud Enterprise Performance Management (EPM). This allows financial teams of the airlines gain the transparency and flexibility needed for more accurate planning, budgeting, and forecasting. The improved processes are helping the airline increase agility, improve insights and enhance business decision-making across the organisation.

Read: Qatar Airways moves financial planning to Oracle cloud

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