Qatar resumes daily flights to Sydney and Melbourne

Qatar Airways will resume daily flights to Sydney and Melbourne from December 1.

The airline continued to fly to Australia throughout the pandemic and said it would continue to offer three flights per week to Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane.

Qatar’s website says it will operate its Sydney-Doha service using a Boeing 777-300ER while the Melbourne service will be operated by Airbus A350-900.

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The airline has continued to rebuild its network in the wake of the COVID pandemic and serves more than 140 destinations from its Doha hub.

Its website currently advertises return economy class fares to Europe from Sydney for around $ 1,500 and business class fares between $ 8,500 and $ 9,500, depending on the destination.

As always, however, the timing and availability of these fares depend on a number of factors, including time of year and demand.

AirlineRatings has judged Qatar to be the world’s best airline for 2021 for its commitment to keeping the world’s air routes open during COVID-19, innovation, new products and world-renowned in-flight service.

It also won the award for best catering and best business class based on its spacious and well-designed business class “Qsuite” as well as its high quality food and wine offerings.

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