Qatar Airways continues to rebuild its network ravaged by the pandemic, now operating more than 550 weekly flights to over 85 destinations.
The airline has resumed flights to five destinations this month. They are: Adelaide (twice-weekly flights started August 16), Auckland (thrice-weekly flights via Brisbane started August 18), Kigali (thrice-weekly flights started August 3), London Gatwick (daily flights started August 20), and Nairobi (double daily flights started August 3).
Come September, Qatar Airways will restart flights to a trio of destinations: Houston (thrice-weekly flights starting September 2, increasing to four-weekly from September 15), Philadelphia (thrice-weekly flights starting September 16), and Sialkot (thrice-weekly flights starting September 1).
In addition, the airline has increased frequencies to multiple destinations. They are: Cebu (increased to daily from August 12); Clark (increased to six-weekly from August 12); Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore (increased to double daily from August 10); Istanbul SAW (increased to 11 weekly from August 20, then thrice-daily from September 1); and New York JFK (increasing to double daily from September 1).
Upcoming adjustments to flight frequencies include: Ankara (increasing to daily from September 1), Dhaka (increasing to five-weekly from August 23), Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta (both increased to double daily from August 17), and Los Angeles (increased to daily from August 12).