Increasing from 18 to 21 scheduled flights a week, the additional capacity means travellers to and from France will have even greater choice, improved connectivity, more flexibility and extra convenience when planning their holidays.
The frequency increase is just another step in Qatar Airways’ continued expansion strategy to grow and enhance its international network – both with new destinations and more capacity on existing routes.
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said: “Our announcement today reflects the importance we pay to one of the world’s top destinations offering French travellers and those from around the world with greater travel options.
Flying to Paris since 2000, Qatar Airways operates an Airbus A340 aircraft on the Paris – Doha route, in a three-class configuration comprising eight seats in First Class, 42 in Business Class and 256 in Economy.
Over the next few months, the network will expand with the addition of further destinations – Sulaymaniyah, Iraq (August 20), Chengdu, China (September 3), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (September 18), Clark International Airport, Philippines (October 28) and Philadelphia, USA (2 April 2014).