Qatar Airways is set to further boost its growing network with increased flight frequencies to three destinations in Saudi Arabia, starting June 15.
This increase is part of Qatari national airline’s ongoing efforts to expand its services in Saudi Arabia, and to provide “greater choice and seamless connectivity” to its passengers just in time for the summer holidays, as they discover the world, via the airline’s home and hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA).
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive HE Akbar al-Baker said, “Qatar Airways is pleased to add additional frequencies to three destinations in Saudi Arabia, enabling travellers to take advantage of its growing network around the globe, including the USA, Europe, Asia, and Africa. With this increase of services, we will be operating 13 daily flights to Saudi Arabia.”
Passengers from Jeddah, Dammam and Medina can benefit from the enhanced connectivity of Qatar Airways’ global network. They can also enjoy the airline’s newly integrated rewards currency – Avios, providing passengers even greater opportunities to accumulate points and leverage exciting innovations in redeeming and spending their rewards.
In addition, Qatar Airways loyalty programme members will retain their well-earned rewards balance and will be able to continue enjoying the redemption opportunities they currently have.
Qatar Airways frequency enhancements from June 15: Dammam — increase from three daily to four daily flights, Jeddah — increase from three daily to four daily flights, and Medina — increase from two daily to three daily flights.
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