Qatar Airways Expands 2x Daily Airbus A380 Flights To Bangkok

Qatar Airways will begin flying the A380 to Bangkok on April 10th, less than a week from now. The kind was last seen on the 3,285-mile (5,286-kilometer) route in March of this year, more over three years ago.

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  • Bangkok will join A380 service to London Heathrow and Paris CDG, as well as Sydney, where the double-decker quadjet will begin service on June 1st.
  • Qatar Airways will begin flying the A380 to Bangkok on April 10th, less than a week from now.
  • The company hasn't had this many flights to Bangkok since mid-2016.

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Qatar Airways The A380 will shortly be used by Qatar Airways to fly to Bangkok, and it is currently available for booking. It comes after the Gulf airline announced that it will bring back four additional A380s, raising the total number of A380s to eight. 

Bangkok's return was a foregone conclusion, aided by Thailand's removal of the PCR requirement. Bangkok will join A380 service to London Heathrow and Paris CDG (both of which were reinstated late last year), as well as Sydney, where the double-decker quadjet will begin service on June 1st.

Qatar Airways will begin flying the A380 to Bangkok on April 10th, less than a week from now. The kind was last seen on the 3,285-mile (5,286-kilometer) route in March of this year, more over three years ago. 

From August, the A380 will fly twice daily between Doha and Bangkok, replacing one of its three daily trips. 

The company hasn't had this many flights to Bangkok since mid-2016.

In a week in mid-August, Qatar Airways' A380 operations will be as follows. There will be 6x daily departures from Doha, down from no double-decker service to Frankfurt, Perth, or Melbourne pre-pandemic.

Datchanapriya is a journalism and mass communication student from Chennai. Has always been passionate about writing and connecting with people.

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