qatar-b787Qatar Airways has responded to the continuous rise in passenger demand with an increase in the frequency of weekly flights to 10 of its most popular destinations throughout the Middle East and Europe. The airline, which currently flies to 146 destinations around the globe, will implement the frequency increases over the next few months for a mix of business and leisure destinations.

Frequency increases:

Ta’if (Saudi Arabia) 7 flights a week from 4, beginning May 16
Basra (Iraq) 8 flights a week from 4, beginning May 16
Athens (Greece) 21 flights a week from 14, beginning June 1
Najaf (Iraq) 8 flights a week from 4, beginning June 2
Zagreb (Croatia) 7 flights a week from 5, beginning July 1
Ankara (Turkey) 7 flights a week from 6, beginning July 3
Gassim (Saudi Arabia) 10 flights a week from 8, beginning July 17

Seasonal frequency increases:

Alexandria (Egypt) 14 flights a week from 10 flights, from June 1 to September 15
Larnaca (Cyprus) 7 flights a week from 5 flights, from June 3 to October 24
Salalah (Oman) 13 flights a week from 11 flights, from July 13 to October 4