- GoAir Direct Flights to Doha will commence from 19th March 2020
- Doha will be the carrier’s first destination in Qatar
- Return Fares will start from Rs 14,000 only
GoAir is one of the most beloved carriers of Indian Aviation. The Wadia group-owned carrier operates near 325 daily flights to 36 destinations and has already flown 80 million happy passengers since their commencement. Recently, to strengthen their presence in Gulf, GoAir has announced new direct flights to Doha which will fly from Mumbai International Airport. After the announcement, Doha became the carrier’s first destination in Qatar and sixth destination in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Here are all the details you need to know about GoAir Doha Flights.
Return Fares from Doha will start from Rs 14,000 only
GoAir has announced that direct flights from Mumbai to Doha will commence from 19th March 2020. Not only this, the introductory fares will start from Rs 14,000 only. So, if the passengers are looking forward to having a great time in Doha, GoAir Doha flights will be the best option to choose. Not only this, the direct flights to Doha will strengthen the presence of GoAir in the gulf region.
Doha is a Part of GoAir’s Expansion Plan
Jeh Wadia, who is the Managing director of GoAir, remarked, “With the introduction of new direct flights to Doha, GoAir will strengthen their position in Gulf Region. All the operations carried out by GoAir in the Gulf region have received an exceptional response, and the launch of the Doha sector will be a part of their aggressive growth plans. The new flights to Doha will strengthen the bond between Qatar and India as they have always shared a bond that is based on friendship, business and diplomacy. As the effect of new direct flights to Doha by GoAir, Job seekers and business travellers will get direct benefits, and they will be able to leverage Qatar’s burgeoning economy.”
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