Airfares to many destinations from Doha have gone up

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Airfares to many destinations from Doha have gone up

With the approach of the Eid Al Fitr occasions, airfares to numerous destinations from Doha have gone up by around 50 to 70 percent, as indicated by Doha-based travel organizations. 

Saleh al Taweel, General Manager of International Travel, stated: "The movement and the travel industry workplaces are seeing a solid interest for prevalent destinations by inhabitants, for example, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, India and Pakistan in front of the Eid occasions. There is additionally a solid interest for top vacationer destinations by natives, for example, the UK, France, the US and Turkey this Christmas season." 

With interest rising, the carriers are investigating every possibility to make the most out of it to beat their off-season blues. 

"There is a solid interest from natives and inhabitants to go amid this Christmas season," said Samira Darwish, General Manager of Travel Saif-Qatar. 

Samira said Turkey and Lebanon are rising as hot destinations. "Notwithstanding the high ticket costs, the offers made by Qatar Airways have added to making a value balance in the market. Qatar Airways has reported 25 percent markdown on flights from Doha to in excess of 160 destinations around the globe, for movement between May 30 and August 16. 


Tarek Abdul Latif, CEO of Regency Travel and Tourism, said there's an expansion in appointments in front of the Eid occasions. Turkey, particularly Istanbul, is developing as the most looked for after destination, trailed by London, Paris and other European nations, he said. 

"The movement and the travel industry workplaces have been seeing noteworthy exercises and development amid the most recent couple of days. Hamad International Airport saw a reasonable ascent in the quantity of travelers," said Ahmed Hussain, General Manager of Tourist Travel. 

"This force is connected to the Eid Al Fitr occasions and the mid year season. We anticipate extreme interest for movement amid the most recent seven day stretch of the Holy Month of Ramadan, when appointments crest for those wishing to spend Eid occasions abroad," he stated, including that the airfares have expanded by around 50 to 70 percent contrasted with off-season costs.