Qatar Airways inaugurates flight to Mogadishu

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Qatar Airways inaugurates flight to Mogadishu
Officials inaugurating the first flight of Qatar Airways to Mogadishu.

Qatar Airways QR1459 operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft, denoted the principal departure from Doha to Mogadishu and arrived on Monday at Aden Adde International Airport, introducing the aircraft's first passage to Somalia. 

VIPs present to welcome the flight included Ambassador of Qatar to Somalia, Hassan receptacle Hamza Hashem; Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Somalia, Ahmed Issa Awad; Minister of Air Transport and Aviation of Somalia, Mohamed Abdullahi Salad, and various other high positioning Somali authorities. 

The honor winning aircraft will work the new administration as a labeled trip to its current activities to Djibouti. 

The three week by week flights will stop-over in Djibouti before initiating the last leg of the adventure to Doha. 


Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, stated: "This is an energizing time for both Qatar Airways and the general population of Somalia, who are currently ready to consistently venture out to key business and relaxation goals crosswise over Asia and Europe, with an association time of just shy of two hours. We are charmed to dispatch our new administrations from Mogadishu, and we anticipate respecting all travelers ready, where they can encounter the aircraft's honor winning item and administration." 

The new course will be worked by an Airbus A320, with 12 Business Class seats and 132 Economy Class seats, with a flight time from Doha of almost eight hours.