Time to rejoice as there are more direct flights to India available now through Qatar Airways. Qatar Airways has recently declared that it will start nonstop direct flight to India from USA, for its new destination, Nagpur.
Akbar Al Baker, the chief executive of Qatar Airways announced that Nagpur will be its 13th Indian destination. This will bring its tally to 102 Indian destinations to 13 key cities across India, from the previous tally of 95.
Qatar will fly its A320 daily from Doha to Nagpur, with an average flight time of just over four hours. The A320 will have a two class configuration with 144 seats, 12 seats for its Business Class and the remaining 132 in its Economy Class.
Qatar Airways’ chief executive further said that adding more destinations on Qatar’s Indian route shows its steadfast commitment and focus in the region and also reaffirms the growing demand in the Indian market for its airline. Additionally he reiterated that the Indian subcontinent is the largest network his airlines is serving. Qatar Airways, through its Hamad International Airport, Doha, will help connect all business and leisure travellers from Nagpur to more than 150 international destinations.
He further showed his pleasure in connecting Nagpur to its already vast number of network through his award-winning Qatar Airways.
From now on Qatar Airways will connect 13 Indian cities to the choicest of destinations through its Doha international airport, including, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Miami, New York, London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome and many more.
What’s more, through Qatar Airways cargo and its 27 freighter frequencies per week, it is much easier to offer cargo services through its operations in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai.
Furthermore, Qatar Airways also offers cargo facilities on its passenger flights on its belly-hold space.
Thus it becomes convenient and hassle free to travel through Qatar Airways and its direct flights to India from USA, via its Doha route.