Qatar Airways is stepping up its activities and has announced an increase in its East Africa services, with frequencies to Kenya's capital Nairobi and the Tanzanian capital Dar-es-Salaam to be increased from January 2011.
Qatar Airways is stepping up its activities in East Africa, with the Doha-Nairobi route to be served twice daily from January 2011.
As of January 2, 2011, the Tanzanian capital Dar-es-Salaam will also receive four additional frequencies per week. Following a further increase in frequencies as of February 14, the route will then be served with a total of twelve weekly flights. An A320 will be used on both routes, providing twelve seats in Business Class and 132 in Economy Class.
Doha-based Qatar Airways currently serves 14 destinations in Africa, including Algiers, Johannesburg, Cairo, Cape Town, Nairobi, Seychelles, Tripoli and Tunis.
Qatar Airways also plans to expand its services in Europe within the next four months, with Budapest and Bucharest to be added from 17 January 2011, Brussels from 31 January and Stuttgart from 6 March.