National carrier Qatar Airways will improve its weekly services to the German capital Berlin from August 12.
Qatar Airways announced yesterday that it will increase services from Berlin from 10 daily flights to 10 weekly flights, starting August 12, and to 11 weekly flights on September 6.
Following the increase in daily flight services to 10 initially and 11 weekly flights from Berlin Brandenberg Airport, German passengers can enjoy flights on the state-of-the-art Boeing 787 aircraft to cities in global business such as Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo, as well as leisure destinations such as Bali, the Maldives and the Seychelles.
Qatar Airways has been unwavering in its support of Germany, with flights from three airports in the country – Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich – having maintained services to two cities and helping to bring nearly 25,000 passengers home safely in Germany at the start of the coronavirus (covid19 pandemic.
In a further demonstration of its strong cooperation with Berlin, the airline has been chosen to operate the first flight to the new south runway at Brandenberg Airport on November 4, 2020.
“We have continuously supported the German market to provide better connectivity to our passengers, allowing them to have one-stop services to so many global destinations,” said Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive HE Akbar al-Baker. “We’ve worked hard to provide options for our passengers in Germany, and by increasing our Berlin schedule to 11 flights per week, we now operate 46 flights per week to Doha from our three gateways.”
“Our passengers in Germany benefit immensely from having not only a world-class product from the only 5-star airline Skytrax in Europe and the Middle East, but a greater choice of destinations, all connected via the international airport. from Hamad, recently voted the best airport in the world for the second time,” he said. “We are proud to have maintained a constant presence throughout the pandemic, helping to repatriate thousands of Germans to giving them options to get them home in addition to numerous charter flights.”
Passengers can now travel to more than 150 destinations across the Qatar Airways network, with a growing presence in Africa, with now 30 destinations in 19 countries, five in Australia, 32 in the Middle East and 16 in Asia.