Qatar Airways to resume flights to UAE from January 27
Qatar Airways (QA) will begin flying to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the three-and-a-half-year blockade, starting next week.
The QA website now displays options for booking flights from Doha to Abu Dhabi and Doha to Dubai.
Flights to Dubai will resume from January 27, 2021, while flights to Abu Dhabi will start from January 28, 2021.
Earlier, on January 18, the airline resumed flights to Cairo in Egypt, with a daily service.
QR1301 departed Hamad International Airport (HIA) to Cairo International Airport at 15:15 local time and landed at its destination at 17:40 local time. The flight was operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
QA will begin flights to Alexandria on Monday, January 25, QR1317 will depart from DOH at 15:15 and will land at HBE at 17:50.
Also, on January 11, 2021, the first QA flight QR 1164 flew from Doha to Riyadh after the three and a half year hiatus.
The airline also started flights to Jeddah on January 14 and Dammam on January 16. QA will operate daily flights to Riyadh and Dammam, and four weekly flights to Jeddah.
Earlier this month, leaders of the Gulf States came together at the 41st session of the Supreme Council of the Co-operation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC), held in Al-Ula Governorate in Saudi Arabia.
The agreement between the leaders signals a new phase of unity, brotherhood, and solidarity in the GCC.
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