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Qatar Airways brings the Boeing 777 to Berlin

Posted 6 September 2017 · Add Comment

In response to increased demand, Qatar Airways will connect Berlin Tegel and Doha in September and October 2017 on a daily basis with the Boeing 777-300ER.

Frédéric Gossot, country manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland is very satisfied with the way things are going: "Germany, and thereby Berlin, are an important market for us. Operations on this connection started 12 years ago. Since then, demand has constantly grown. We take pleasure in our passengers' trust and shall continue to provide the highest level of service and comfort."

Elmar Kleinert, head of operations of Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg added: "Travellers have been able to fly non-stop between Berlin and Doha since 2005. We are pleased that this route has been received in a positive way and that Qatar Airways will descend upon Berlin in September and October of 2017 with the Boeing 777. In so doing, the model is the biggest aircraft to carry out operations at our airports."

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