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Qatar Airways Cargo flights to many routes relaunched

The carrier reintroduced flights to Haneda, Nice, Manama and Sarajevo, while continuing to expand in Middle East. Following its services to Haneda Airport in Tokyo, the reintroduced flights will bring the total weekly tonnage to and from Japan to 600 tons each way. From 30 May, the carrier commenced four weekly passenger Airbus A320 flights from Doha to Sarajevo with six tons of weekly cargo capacity, including general and vulnerable cargo and pharmaceuticals. It commenced flights to Bahrain. Qatar Cargo introduced two Boeing 777 freighters to Dammam, bringing the weekly tonnage to and fro to 350 tons. A new freighter frequency was introduced to Riyadh, bringing the total frequencies to five Boeing 777 freighters each week on top of the quadruple daily passenger flights, providing over 850 tons of cargo capacity to and from Riyadh. With freighters to Lyon and Paris and belly-hold flights to Nice and Paris, the carrier’s weekly capacity to and from France rose to 1,100 tonnes each way. Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo, Qatar Airways said, “The relaunch of flights to these destinations as well as the increased frequencies offer our customers direct and increased capacity to these destinations.”


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