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Qatar Airways resumes more US flights

Posted 10 August 2020 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has continued to work with the US government and airports as the airline rebuilds its US network with the resumption of services to Houston and Philadelphia.

 

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways has remained committed to bringing people home safely since the onset of the pandemic, and our commitment to the US, a very important strategic market, has never wavered. We are proud of our repatriation efforts to-date, and we look forward to providing travellers access to even more flights to the US with the resumption of flights to Houston and Philadelphia, two major cities. The addition of these flights brings us to eight US destinations and maintains our position as the largest international carrier in the US, and we look forward to soon returning to all ten of our incredible US gateways.”

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