Qatar Airways will be resuming its services to Adelaide with twice-weekly flights, starting from August 16, 2020.
The South Australian capital will become the airline’s fifth destination in Australia to resume flights, bringing the total number of passenger flights operated by Qatar Airways per week to Australia to 23.
The Middle Eastern airline currently operates three weekly flights to Brisbane, four weekly flights to Perth, daily flights to Melbourne, and daily flights to Sydney.
The twice-weekly service to Adelaide will be operated by the airline’s fuel-efficient Airbus A350-900, offering 36 seats in business class and 247 seats in economy class.
The airline recently made the decision to ground its fleet of Airbus A380s, and instead operate its full fleet of Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 aircraft, as they are more environmentally and commercially sustainable.