As Qatar Airways aims to extend services to Berlin, Germany's capital city, the country will continue to gain from the airline's extensive worldwide network. Since making a record profit and recently expanding its network and flying frequency, the airline has essentially gotten back in shape.
In roughly a month and a half, Qatar Airways is prepared to extend its passion for Berlin by adding more flights. Starting on August 11th, the airline will increase its current once-daily flying schedule to ten weekly flights. 11 weekly flights between Berlin Brandenberg Airport and Doha's Hamad International Airport will be added to the schedule beginning on September 6.
The Airline’s CEO Akbar Al Baker commented, “We have continuously supported the German market to ensure stronger connectivity to our passengers, allowing them to have one stop services to so many global destinations. We have made huge efforts to provide options to our passengers in Germany and by increasing our Berlin schedule to 11 flights per week, we now operate 46 flights per week to Doha from our three gateways.”
With flights from Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich, Qatar has consistently maintained a significant presence in Germany. Even in the early stages of the pandemic, it continued to provide services to 2 cities and assisted in returning about 25,000 passengers to Germany safely.