The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the government of Qatar have signed a protocol amending and supplementing the agreement on air traffic. Recently, Qatar Airways signed an agreement with Indigo. Analysts claim that the airways is attempting to expand its operations in order to enhance its outreach.
According to the website of the Infrastructure Ministry of Ukraine, the corresponding document was signed during the meeting of Infrastructure Minister Vladyslav Krykliy with President of the Civil Aviation Authority of Qatar Abdullah bin Nasser Turki Al Subaey. “We are liberalizing air traffic between Ukraine and the state of Qatar. The signing of today’s protocol will allow expanding the access of airlines of both countries to the air transportation market, eliminating restrictions on the number of flights, types of aircraft, and also destinations in the territories of both countries,” the minister said.
In addition, the Minister of Infrastructure noted that the signing of the protocol would ensure the creation and operation of a reliable legal mechanism of an international level for the implementation and intensification of the process of bilateral interstate relations between the states. It would also contribute to the development of cooperation in the field of air transport, tourism and the further expansion of the geography of the airlines’ flights.
The national carrier for the State of Qatar hubs out of Hamad International Airport (HIA) and flies to 160 destinations worldwide with a fleet of 250 aircraft
The Qatari official, in turn, stated that the signing of this document opens up new opportunities and testifies to the cooperation of Ukraine and Qatar at the highest level.
Qatar Airways and IndiGo
Qatar Airways and IndiGo have signed a one-way codeshare agreement. In a regulatory filing, InterGlobe Aviation – the parent company of budget airline operator IndiGo – said the agreement is in-line with its international expansion plans and will enable Qatar Airways to place its code on IndiGo flights between Doha and Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad. IndiGo said this marks its second codeshare agreement as a part of its growth strategy for international markets. Shares in InterGlobe Aviation rose nearly 2 percent after the announcement.
According to details, Qatar Airways will place its code “QR” on IndiGo operated flights between Doha and the three Indian cities, IndiGo said.
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Qatar Airways Offers Free Tickets
Recently, Qatar Airways, an official Airline Partner of the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019, has launched a fare promotion to Doha for what is billed as a warm-up event to support World Cup in 2022. The state of Qatar is making all efforts to successfully hold the World Cup despite criticism from the western media
According to details, fares in economy and business including packages from various cities worldwide to Doha are on offer. Qatar Airways invites customers to book flights and receive match tickets to see the stars of world football in action at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 between 11 and 21 December.
In addition to savings on Qatar Airways flights to Doha, if anyone books by 8 November, they will receive complimentary match tickets*
Passengers who already booked their travel journey are invited to extend their holiday with a stopover in Doha and receive match tickets. Packages bundle a roundtrip fare, match tickets, hotel stays and airport transfers. Free match tickets are available to travelers who book a stopover in Doha.
Qatar Airways will launch a global TV campaign to support its travel offer entitled ‘Make Qatar Your Goal’. The TV campaign will be broadcasted in over 160 countries worldwide.
See the champion clubs from each continent battle it out in Doha during the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™.
— Qatar Airways (@qatarairways) October 21, 2019
The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019TM will serve as an exciting preview to the biggest event in world football, the FIFA World Cup Qatar scheduled for 2022.
Featuring the six continental club champions from around the world along with Qatar Stars League champions Al Sadd Club, the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 action will start 11 December, culminating in the final on 21 December.
The national carrier for the State of Qatar hubs out of Hamad International Airport (HIA) and flies to 160 destinations worldwide with a fleet of 250 aircraft.
The airline has launched new destinations in 2019, including Lisbon, Portugal; Malta; Rabat, Morocco; Davao, Philippines; Izmir, Turkey; Mogadishu, Somalia and last week Langkawi, Malaysia.