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Qatar Airways adds A350 to its operation at Oslo Airport

Posted 16 May 2018 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways will use their brand-new Airbus A350-900 between Doha and Avinor Oslo Airport. The first flight with the new aircraft will be on October 29.

 

As the first carrier at Oslo Airport, Qatar Airways will start their daily operation to and from Doha with an Airbus A350-900. This also makes Oslo Airport the first Nordic airport to welcome Qatar Airways’ A350 on a regular schedule. The A350 is filled with innovative technology to reduce CO2 emissions, noise and operations cost.

“Qatar Airways is an important partner at Oslo airport, and for Norway, both for the business and the leisure market. We are very happy with the decision Qatar Airways has made to start their operations here with the state of the art Airbus A350”, said Jasper Spruit, VP Traffic Development in Avinor.

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