Qatar Airways increases daily Colombo flights to six

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Qatar Airways is increasing its Sri Lanka-Doha flights from the current five-daily flights schedule to six-daily flights, starting 10 July. 

The increase in flights further demonstrate the award-winning airline’s dedication to providing more choices and better connectivity for all passengers flying to and from Sri Lanka.

The additional flights will be served by the Boeing 787 aircraft, featuring 30 Business Class seats and 281 Economy Class seats. With this network enhancement, Qatar Airways will operate a total of 42 weekly flights to and from Sri Lanka, connecting passengers to nearly 170 global destinations worldwide.

Qatar Airways Country Manager Sri Lanka and Maldives Jonathan Fernando said: “We are thrilled to be increasing our flights to and from Sri Lanka to provide even better connectivity to our passengers. This flight increase is a testament to our commitment in providing our passengers with the best travel experience possible, on-board the World’s Best Airline. With more flights to and from Sri Lanka via our home hub, Hamad International Airport, we hope to make it easier for more travellers to discover their dream destination within our robust network.”

The newly added flights will provide passengers with more options to connect to major destinations in the Middle East, Europe, Africa and more, via Skytrax World’s Best Airport, Hamad International Airport.