Qatar Airways over the next few weeks will resume service to additional markets and ramp up service to several others.
Markets returning to Qatar's network include Amman, Jordan, and Yerevan, Armenia, to which flights returned earlier this week, as well as Hanoi, Vietnam, and Entebbe, Uganda, to which flights will resume in early October.
In mid-October, Qatar also will restart service to Seychelles and Windhoek, Namibia. Service to Accra, Ghana, a new route for the carrier that was supposed to begin earlier this year, will begin via Lagos on Sept. 29.
Additionally, Qatar over the next month will increase frequencies to Clark International Airport and Manila in the Philippines; Copenhagen; Dhaka, Bangladesh; Madrid; Manchester, U.K.; and Stockholm.
Source: Business Travel News