Qatar Airways increases the number of its frequencies to Paris
Qatar Airways will return to its pre-pandemic capacity level with three daily rotations between Hamad International Airport, its base in Doha, and Paris-CDG.
The Qatari company has reintroduced the Airbus A380 on one of the three services to Paris-CDG (and two others to London-Heathrow) to increase its capacity and offer the best service to its passengers, “this legendary aircraft being known by passengers for comfort and space on board, ”she says. The outbound flight QR 0039 will take off from Doha at 7:55 am and will arrive at Paris-CDG at 1:05 pm; the return flight QR 0040 will leave the French capital at 3:05 p.m. and land in Doha at 11:30 p.m.
“Faced with increased demand on the French market, Qatar Airways has effectively re-established its 3rd daily rotation from Paris. The reintegration of this third flight will allow us to serve an ever-growing demand but also to even better connect the many destinations covered to date by our network. These adaptations on the Doha-Paris axis represent a strong sign, symbol of the resumption of traffic that we are proud to support, and of the ever-growing confidence that our customers place in us. Qatar will be the center of attention in the months to come with the FIFA World Cup in 2022 and we are also delighted that travel conditions have become more flexible for French travelers who can count on the “Airline of France”. “To transport them safely”, explains Smaïl Boudjennah, regional director for Western Europe.
Qatar Airways has 10 A380 superjumbos, configured to accommodate 8 passengers in First, 48 in Business class and 461 in Economy class. According to his boss Akbar Al Baker, only 5 superjumbos will soon be put back into service, the others still remaining nailed to the ground.