Qatar Airways expands its network to 100th destinations, resuming its services via Bucharest to Sofia. Qatar Airways announced in a press release that flights for Sofia had begun three days a week to extend its airline network to six continents.
An investment plan by Qatar Airways in either a range of fuel-efficient twin-engine jets, such as the biggest fleet of A350 airplane, has allowed Qatar Airways could fly safely during the crisis and placed it ideally to guide the successful restoration of international travel. Qatar Airways aims to rebuild its network to more than 125 routes by the end of 2020, covering 20 locations in Africa, 11 in the Americas, 41 in the Asia-Pacific region, 38 in Europe, and 15 in the Middle East. With such consistent scheduling with regular or more frequencies, several cities could be operated.
The activities of Qatar Airways are not based upon any single form of aircraft. The airline’s choice of new fuel-efficient aircraft also ensured that it would remain operational by providing the region’s correct capability. Because of the effect of COVID-19 on air traffic, the carrier has agreed to park its Airbus A380s aircraft since it is not financially or economically justified to fly a massive airplane throughout the current sector. The 49 Airbus A350 and 30 Boeing 787 carrier fleets are the right options for some of the most strategically valuable long-haul routes to Africa, the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
New plans for October
Qatar Airways adding three weekly flights starting 16 October to Bucharest. Airline stated to increase 10 weekly flights from 12 October for Copenhagen, increasing 10 weekly flights from 12 October for Madrid, adding 17 weekly flights from 12 October for Manchester, adding to double daily flights from 25 October for Singapore, three weekly flights starting 16 October to Sofia and increased to 10 weekly flights from 12 October for Stockholm.