Qatar Air's cargo unit adds four new routes
Qatar Airways Cargo said this week it has added scheduled dedicated freighter services to four new destinations.
Beirut, Madrid, Paris and Tbilisi, Georgia are being added to the airline's network while frequency will be increased to Seoul and capacity will be added on its Oslo route.
“The next few months will prove to be yet another exciting period of growth with such diverse destinations being added to Qatar Airways’ cargo network,” said Ulrich Ogiermann, Qatar Airways chief officer cargo.
“We are excited to offer these significant new routes to our existing cargo customers and also hope this will introduce our world-class product to new customers,” added Ogiermann.
Last week, Qatar Airways Cargo has started operating a twice-weekly service to the Spanish capital of Madrid while a weekly scheduled Qatar Airways Cargo Boeing 777 freighter started operating from Doha to Beirut.
The carrier said in a statement that passenger services to Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia will be supplemented with one weekly Airbus A330 freight every Tuesday, effective November 26.
Meanwhile, its European expansion will receive yet another boost with twice-weekly scheduled Airbus A330 freighter services to Paris, commencing November 21.
As well as the new services, Qatar Airways Cargo freighter services to Seoul, South Korea was recently boosted by an additional Boeing 777 freighter service and freight capacity was increased on its Doha-Oslo route by the introduction of an A330 freighter.