Thanks to the company’s state-of-the-art aircraft with its advanced air filter systems and strict bio security control by our employees, they can continue to operate a significant number of flights to reunite stranded passengers with their families.

Qatar Airways’ commitment to bringing people home was reinforced on March 24 with:

  • The network was expanded by 10,000 additional seats.
  • Provision of charter services for Europe and the USA from Asia;
  • There are also additional flights from Doha to Paris, Perth and Dublin.
  • Modernization of services to Frankfurt, London Heathrow and Perth with the Airbus A380 on these routes.

“The figures for the past seven days show occupancy factors of over 80 percent for flights to Great Britain, France and Germany, with international flights from these countries falling to 36 percent, which illustrates the demand for travel home.”

“Qatar Airways has flown more than 100,000 passengers home in the past seven days, while 72 percent of the passengers carried on March 24 were nationals who flew to their country of origin.”

“Working with embassies around the world, the airline has made one-off flights to destinations such as Phnom Penh, Denpasar, Manila and Kuala Lumpur. Over 5,000 passengers were flown home by these services last week, a number that is expected to more than triple in the next week.”

“Qatar Airways currently offers flights to 75 destinations *, but this number may decrease as states introduce stricter restrictions.”

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