Qatar Airways will resume services to its fifth destination in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qassim, with three weekly flights starting on Aug. 22. The airline will increase to four weekly flights from Sep. 2 2022.
In a statement, the national carrier of the state of Qatar added that it will also introduce additional four weekly flights to Riyadh starting on Aug. 18, 2022, bringing the total to 20 weekly flights to meet the growing inbound and outbound travel demand.
Qatar Airways currently operates 93 weekly flights to four key cities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The addition of Qassim and the four additional flights to Riyadh will increase the number of Qatar Airways weekly flights to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to 101 non-stop flights.
The resumption of services and enhanced capacity is part of the state-owned airlines ongoing efforts to expand its services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and to provide greater choice and seamless connectivity to its passengers.
Passengers flying from and to Qassim will enjoy seamless connectivity to over 150 destinations within the airline's extensive global network in Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas via the Worlds Best Airport, Hamad International Airport.
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