During the pandemic, Qatar Airways was one of the few airlines that still operated a large part of its network, and the airline continues to resume large parts of its network at a rapid pace.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Qatar Airways has fulfilled its mission of taking people home, by maintaining a large part of its global network. According to the latest IATA report, Qatar Airways was the largest international carrier between April and June this year. In addition, the airline flew 40% of all international travellers to and from Australia between April and June 2020.
Since mid-September, the airline operates 650 weekly flights to more than 85 destinations across the world. “The recovery of international travel will take time but returning to over 50 per cent of our pre-COVID-19 network is a significant milestone” said Group Chief Executive, Mr Akbar Al Baker earlier in September.
In September, the airline will resume flights to the following destinations:
Qatar Airways has extended its flexible booking policies to be eligible for all tickets booked before 31 December 2020 and valid for two years from the date of issuance. With the company allows unlimited date changes and changes of destination within 5,000 miles of the original destination.