Only one stop & you’re in Malta! Qatar Airways has made it easier & faster for Australian travellers to visit Europe’s culturally-rich country of Malta with the launch of a new service from Doha.
Qatar Airways expanded its European network earlier this month with the launch of daily flights between Doha and Malta, a country which Aussie tourism operators say they’re experiencing strong demand.
Flight QR383 from the Middle East to the Mediterranean island took off on 4 June 2019, aboard the airline’s A320 equipped with 12 seats in Business Class and 120 in Economy Class. Each passenger has access to Qatar Airway’s award-winning in-flight entertainment system featuring the latest movie releases, TV box sets, music, games and more.
Services will fly out of Doha at 1.25am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to arrive at 6.45am, and 8.05am on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to arrive at 1.25pm. The return service will take off at 9.20am on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to arrive in Doha at 3.55pm and 5.45pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday to touch down at 12.20am.
Qatar Airway’s Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said Malta is the latest addition in the carrier’s “rapidly expanding European network”, which also recently introduced flights to Izmir in Turkey and Rabat in Morocco.
“Set against the incredible backdrop of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta, with its stunning natural attractions and breathtaking architecture, is one of Europe’s most historic and culturally significant destinations.”
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Chief Executive
“With the flexibility of seasonal daily flights in summer, and four-times-weekly services in winter, we look forward to welcoming business and leisure travellers alike on board so that they may experience this charming destination for themselves.”
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