Qatar Airways has stated that it will boost its Doha-Brisbane frequency from three times weekly to daily beginning March 1, 2022, in addition to increasing its frequency across Australia.
The three weekly flights from Brisbane with an onward leg to Auckland will be increased to an additional three weekly flights commencing February 12th.
And starting in March, Auckland will see three weekly flights via Adelaide instead of Brisbane, Brisbane will see daily flights from six weekly flights, and Perth will see weekly flights climb to seven times from three times weekly.
There will still be daily flights between Doha and Sydney and Melbourne while the Doha-Adelaide route will continue to operate on a three-weekly basis.
Qatar Airways has been one of the few airlines to remain operational since the onset of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
More than 3.2 million passengers have returned home safely since March 2020 thanks to the unwavering commitment to global repatriation.
Maintaining flights to Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, as well as starting services to Brisbane to provide crucial connectivity to Australia during the pandemic period.
With commercial and charter flights, it has carried more than 330,000 passengers in and out of Australia since March 2020.
Qatar Airways Vice President of Sales for Southeast Asia, Southwest Pacific & Indian Subcontinent Jared Lee said, “As Australia reopens, we urge travellers to rediscover the globe with the best airline, as we remain committed to serving the Australian market.”
With Qatar Airways, you are travelling with the best airline on Earth, as we strive for excellence in every facet of our business. ”
‘Our 5-star COVID-19 safety rating shows that Qatar Airways is serious about biosecurity,’ the airline said. ‘Passengers can travel with confidence, knowing that Qatar Airways is committed to safety.’