Qatar Airways will resume flights to the UAE, starting with services to Dubai on January 27, followed by Abu Dhabi on January 28, it was announced on Wednesday.
Qatar Airways flights will start with a double-daily service to Dubai and one daily flight to Abu Dhabi, the airline said in a tweet.
Passengers in the UAE will have the ability to connect to the largest network in the region with over 800 weekly frequencies to more than 120 destinations, the airline added.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt agreed to heal their rift with Qatar at the Gulf Summit earlier this month, leading to the reopening of airspace and borders.
Since then, Qatar Airways has resumed services to Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The airline has started operations to Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam in Saudi Arabia and to Cairo in Egypt. It has also announced the resumption of service to a second destination in Egypt -Alexandria - on January 25.Last updated: January 20 2021 11:17 PM
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