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Flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, on Thursday announced the resumption of flights to Qatar. A double daily service from Dubai International (DXB) to Doha’s Hamad International Airport (DOH) will start from Jan.26.
Commenting on the announcement, Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer at flydubai, said, "with today’s announcement we see the flydubai network grow to 64 destinations. Flights to Doha will start from Jan.26 and to meet expected demand we are pleased to launch operations with a double daily service. We hope to be able to continue to grow the service."
Flydubai’s passenger experience has been redesigned to enable travel in a safe environment that minimises crew and passenger contact and offers passengers confidence to travel at every step of their journey.
Dubai Airports is working closely with airlines and all our service partners to minimise the impact of the disruption and restore normal operations at the earliest. We apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused.”
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