Mumbai, Nov 5 (UNI) Qatar Airways has unveiled its new winter 2007-08 schedule with additional European capacity being the highlight of the airline's expansion plans.
The frequency on the recently-introduced Doha-Geneva route has been increased by up to five services a week. The frequency on the Qatar Airways' New York (Newark) service, operated via Geneva, has also been increased by up to five flights a week, an airlines release today said.
The Gulf-based international carrier is also planning to launch its second 2007 winter route on December 12, with daily non-stop flights to Ahmedabad, which will take the airline's frequency to India upto 51 flights a week across eight cities.
Launched this summer, the Doha-Geneva-New York route has proved extremely popular with business and leisure travellers from Qatar, neighbouring GCC countries and feeder markets across the Indian subcontinent, the release said.
At the same time, the airlines is all set to launch four non-stop flights between Doha and Swedish capital Stockholm, with four trips a week, from November 12. This new service will make the airline the first from the Gulf region to serve Scandinavia.
The Airlines currently operates a modern fleet of 58 all-Airbus aircraft to 79 destinations across Europe, West Asia, Africa, Far East, Indian subcontinent and North America.