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Qatar to resume flights to Taif, Saudi Arabia

Qatar Airways has presented that it would resume services to Taif starting January 3, 2023 with three weekly flights, which is the airways’ sixth destination in Saudi Arabia.

The consumption of services will allow passengers flying from and to Taif to appreciate the benefit of the airline’s intensive world community to across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas by map of the world’s handiest Airport, Hamad World Airport.

Qatar Airways flight QR1206, will chase far from Hamad World Airport at 07:40, arriving at 10:10 at Taif World Airport. Qatar Airways flight QR1207 will chase far from Taif World Airport at 11:10, and reach Hamad World Airport at 13:20.

Qatar Airways is for the time being operating two each day flights from Riyadh, four each day flights from Jeddah, two each day flights from Medina, 5 each day flights from Dammam, and a each day flight from Qassim.

Qatar Airways lately presented that Privilege Club has officially adopted Avios as its reward forex, opening up a global of recent alternatives for contributors traveling across the airline’s intensive community. This partnership affords a combination of advantages, including an extensive model of elevated assured award seats and aggressive costs on Qatar Airways flights, as well as experiencing the World’s Handiest Airline and taking half in the World’s Handiest Airport, Hamad World Airport (HIA).

Qatar Airways for the time being flies to higher than 150 destinations worldwide, connecting by map of its Doha hub, Hamad World Airport, voted by Skytrax as the ‘world’s handiest airport’.

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