Qatar Airways’ destination management company, Discover Qatar, has launched its exclusive air tour, ‘Discover Doha by Air’, to explore breathtaking landscapes and iconic landmarks in the country. According to Qatar Airways, each air tour is “well-planned and prepared” to comfortably accommodate eight passengers in an air-conditioned cabin of a Cessna 208 Caravan, a single-engine light turboprop utility aircraft, designed with large windows that are ideal for aerial viewing.

The onboard headphones will allow customers to clearly hear the pilot’s in-flight commentary during their experience.

Discover Qatar senior vice-president, Steven Reynolds, said: “Guests are invited to embark on an unforgettable journey around Doha’s skies, soaring above remarkable landscapes and cultural treasures, on the Cessna 208 Caravan.”

With a flight duration of 45 minutes, the aircraft will take off from Doha International Airport Premium Terminal, first flying over Al Thumama Stadium, Aspire Zone and Education City and then move towards Lusail Stadium, Al Bayt Stadium and Thakira Mangrove Forest. The journey will continue with flybys over The Pearl Island, Al Safliya Island, Katara-Cultural Village and West Bay. Before reaching the airport, the aircraft will be flying over the Corniche, National Museum of Qatar, Museum of Islamic Art and Stadium 974 for a grand finish.

With the first tour scheduled for June 27, booking is now available at and priced at QR710 for adults and children over two years of age, and free of charge for children under two years of age. Seats can be reserved for morning and afternoon tours from Thursday to Monday. Guests can also conveniently pair their air tour with Discover Qatar return airport transfers to and from Doha International Airport Premium.

The experience is also available for passengers transiting for six or more hours at Hamad International Airport with a starting price of QR850, including private return transfers between Hamad International Airport and Doha International Airport Premium Terminal.