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Iberia and Qatar Airways add new destinations to their codeshare agreement

The airlines signed an agreement in 2017 and now add new destinations that will provide more options to their passengers. Iberia and Qatar Airways reported the expansion in the offer of destinations to the code share agreement they have held since last year. Now the passengers of the Spanish airline Iberia, will have a wider offer from the hub of Qatar Airways in Doha, reaching cities in Africa, Asia and Oceania. Qatar Airways passengers also add new destinations operated by Iberia, from the latter’s connection center, in the city of…

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Qatar Airways will resume flights to London-Gatwick

The airline will operate two daily services from May 22. At a conference held in the German city of Berlin on March 7, managers of Qatar Airways confirmed the return of the airline to London-Gatwick Airport. As of May 22, Qatar Airways will make available to passengers two daily flights between the airports of Doha (DOH), in Qatar, and London-Gatwick (LGW) in the United Kingdom. The route will be operated with Boeing 787-8 aircraft and the schedule is detailed below: QR329 Flight: Departs from Doha at 02:25 local time. Arrives to London…

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Airbus A321 of Qatar Airways burns during maintenance

The aircraft was in the city of Doha and suffered considerable damage. An Airbus A321-200 with A7-AIB registration of Qatar Airways caught fire last December 8 while it was parked at Doha Airport, in Qatar. The aircraft made its last flight on the 6th of this month between Moscow and Doha, and then it was parked in a remote position of the airport to receive maintenance tasks on the on-board entertainment system and satellite antenna. The fire started at 06:50 local time on the roof of the plane above the main cabin and, although…

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Qatar Airways will buy 50 Airbus A321neo

The agreement was signed today in Doha and includes 30 options. In the capital of Qatar, Doha, an agreement was signed today between Airbus and Qatar Airways for the purchase of 50 A321neo. The CEO of the Qatar Airways group, Akbar Al Baker, and Airbus operations director and President of Commercial Aircraft, Fabrice Brégier, signed the agreement, in the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron and Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. The order is for 50 A321neo ACF aircraft and replaces the one signed in 2011. “To meet our need for…

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