Qatar Airways direct flight will connect Kiev and Doha, Qatar

Qatar Airways direct flight will connect Kiev and Doha, Qatar

17 July 2017 14:19

On August 28, 2017, Qatar Airways will launch new direct flights on the Doha-Kiev route. Flights on the line will be made 7 times a week.

 

According to the summer schedule, departure from Doha on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays will be at 15:15 with arrival in Kiev at 20:55 local time. Return flight from Kiev is scheduled at 23:45 with arrival to Doha at 05:05 the next day.

 

There are also flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays with departure from Doha at 06:45 and arrival at 12:25 to Kiev airport. On the return route departure from Zhulyan at 13:25 and arrival in Doha at 18:45.

 

The launch of the flight to the Ukrainian capital is part of the enhanced expansion of the airline in Eastern Europe. This summer, the air carrier also launches flights to Skopje, the Republic of Macedonia, to Prague and the Czech Republic.

 

Flights in the Kiev direction will be performed by Airbus A320. On board there are 12 seats in the business class and 132 seats in the economy class. The aircraft is equipped with individual screens in the back of the seats, offering to all passengers an interactive entertainment system of the new generation Oryx One, with more than 3,000 entertainment programs.

 

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker said: "The opening of the flight to Kiev is part of the strategy to expand the business of Qatar Airways, which aims to launch a number of directions that provide new opportunities for travel to the global network's passengers. Thanks to this flight passengers can easily travel through the main hub of the airline, Hamad International Airport in Doha, to any of the popular destinations in Eastern Europe, and throughout our dynamically expanding network. Passengers of Qatar Airways will get an opportunity to fully enjoy the beauty of Kiev, one of the most stunning cities of Eastern Europe. We are glad that we can open this gate to Eastern Europe. "