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Qatar Airways further expands its network in the United Kingdom and announces new Doha to Birmingham route

Qatar Airways further expands its network in the United Kingdom and announces new Doha to Birmingham route

Qatar Airways has announced that it will operate a new service between Doha and Birmingham, in the United Kingdom, from 30th March 2016, adding to its existing services to London Heathrow, Manchester and Edinburgh.

Flight Schedule

Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

Doha (DOH) to Birmingham (BHX)
Departure 01.25
Arrival 06.45

Birmingham (BHX) to Doha (DOH)
Departure 09.15
Arrival 18.05

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

Doha (DOH) to Birmingham (BHX)
Departure 07.30
Arrival 12.50

Birmingham (BHX) to Doha (DOH)
Departure 15.00
Arrival 23.50

With eight flights a week, including two flights on Saturdays, passengers travelling to and from Birmingham will have access to convenient and seamless transfers at the airline’s state-of-the-art hub Hamad International Airport.

The announcement of this new route further strengthens Qatar Airways’ commitment to the UK regions, with Birmingham being the centre for the largest concentration of businesses outside of London. The city attracts nearly 34 million people a year for both business and pleasure and is ideally situated at the centre of the UK’s rail and motorway network.

The route will be operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which has a two-cabin configuration, comprising of 22 seats in Business Class and 232 Economy Class seats. All seats include individual television screens, with Economy Class customers benefitting from a screen 10.6-inches wide, offering the latest inflight entertainment. Every seat is an aisle seat in Business Class where passengers can catch up on sleep in a fully flat bed.

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