Air Arabia has announced the addition of fourteen shuttle flights daily from Sharjah International Airport to Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar starting from November 21, 2022 until December 18, 2022.
The shuttle flights can be used only by the ticket holders of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and will operate alongside Air Arabia’s three daily scheduled flights to Doha. Passengers on board the shuttle flights will be entitled to 10Kg of hand baggage each, Air Arabia said in a press release Friday.
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ticket holders must register for a Hayya card through the official website in order to be able to enter Qatar, access the stadiums as well as to get free transportation to and from the stadiums using the Doha metro directly from Hamad International Airport.
Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer, Air Arabia, commented: “We are pleased to announce Air Arabia’s shuttle flights between Sharjah and Doha during the FIFA World Cup 2022, which will provide fans with easy, reliable, and timely access in and out of Doha to enjoy the matches and return right after.”
Air Arabia urged all travelers to plan their trips cautiously, taking into account arriving in Doha at least four hours before the match, and departing four hours after.
FIFA World Cup ticket holders can now book the high-frequency November shuttle flights between Sharjah and Doha by visiting Air Arabia’s website, by calling the call centre or through travel agencies. Other customers can continue to benefit from the current and ongoing three daily flights between Sharjah and Doha.
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