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Qatar Airways to boost KL flights


Published on Feb 8, 2011

Qatar Airways has announced a host of network capacity increases, including a boost in flights on its Kuala Lumpur route to twice daily, to be phased in from 1 March 2011.

An extra three weekly services from Kuala Lumpur will be added from 27 March, connecting the Malaysian capital to Doha twice a day.

This comes as part of Qatar Airways’ expansion plans connecting Asia to Europe through Doha. In Europe, where Qatar Airways is concentrating much of its expansion over the next two months with new routes to Bucharest, Budapest and Brussels having already launched and Stuttgart starting in March, the airline has also earmarked a number of capacity increases to and from existing destinations in its network.

The double daily Paris route will rise to 16 weekly services with an extra two flights a week, while Geneva capacity will increase to daily following the introduction of two new weekly flights. Qatar Airways’ Copenhagen route will go daily with one extra flight a week.

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