Qatar Airways Announces On The ITB New Targets In South America

Airline based in Doha 2010 expanding its programme goals in Brazil and Argentina / come in the next few months Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires will expand Qatar Airways to add the network to South America. The airline of the Emirate of Qatar wants to accept connections to Brazil and Argentina and thus expand its network with their award-winning service on the South American continent, Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, announced today during a press conference at the ITB, the world’s largest industry trade fair in Berlin. With Sao Paulo in Brazil and the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires the rapidly growing airline takes on 2010 the two largest cities in South America in its network. Qatar Airways has announced for this year already the launch of five new goals the two new direct destinations from Doha, the hub of the airline, complement the ambitious plans of the company. Already last month, Qatar Airways had the connection in the South Indian city Bangalore (the recorded earlier in Bangalore).

The first flight is scheduled for March 30, 2010 after Copenhagen, Ankara comes on April 5 to the network, Tokyo on April 26, and the regular operation of the northern Spanish city of Barcelona is from June 7 planned. The starting dates for the objectives of Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo will be published later. This is a year full of challenges the airline based in Doha. In addition to the new goals, Qatar Airways will expand the capacity to existing destinations. For at the beginning of the summer 2010 on March 28 on many international routes partly flight frequencies increase, partly used larger aircraft. The lines benefit from the Seychelles after Geneva, Stockholm, Colombo, Goa, Chennai, Amritsar, Kathmandu, in the Maldives, after Luxor, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. On selected routes, and on the two new South American connections advanced aircraft used 777 Boeing type in the airline’s fleet are currently 16 jets of this type in use.