Qatar Airways resumes Geneva route

Qatar Airways tail fin (Photo: Pixabay).
Qatar Airways tail fin (Photo: Pixabay).

Qatar Airways resumes Geneva route

Qatar Airways tail fin (Photo: Pixabay).
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The Gulf carrier is celebrating its comeback in Geneva: On Sunday, Qatar Airways flew to Geneva-Cointrin Airport for the first time after a two-year absence.

The QR 100 connection, Geneva – Doha, departure 16.10:23.10 p.m., arrival 140:1 p.m. will be offered four times a week until the end of May, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, and daily from June, and enables connections to 17 destinations in the airline’s route network. From June XNUMX, the airline will be offering XNUMX weekly flights from Switzerland to Qatar. The flights are handled at the recently opened east wing of Geneva Airport. This is reported by the Swiss travel portal About Travel.

"We are very pleased to be able to resume our flights to Geneva after a two-year break due to the corona virus. The Swiss market is and always has been a very important one for Qatar Airways. Passengers to and from Geneva can now once again enjoy our award-winning service and benefit from excellent connections via our home airport, Hamad International Airport,” said Eric Odone, Qatar Airways Vice President Sales, Europe.

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