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Qatar Airways will now service the Atlanta market with its Airbus A350

Posted 27 March 2018 · Add Comment

The airline operates daily flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), and is the only carrier to offer nonstop flights between Atlanta and Qatar.

 

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are exceptionally proud to deploy the state-of-the-art A350 aircraft on our popular Atlanta-Doha route. Since our arrival in Atlanta in 2016, we’ve been honoured to provide the utmost travel experience to the local community, as Atlanta has been and continues to be a key route for business and leisure traffic. With our extensive network and Doha-based hub, we offer geographic advantages other airlines cannot; conveniently connecting passengers to the Far East, Africa and the Middle East. With our A350 arrival, Atlantans will continue to enjoy unprecedented levels of comfort and innovation that will meet their long-haul demands.”

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