Qatar Airways has resumed providers to Jomo Kenyatta Worldwide Airport in Nairobi, capital of Kenya, with 14 weekly flights.
On the similar time, the provider has returned to Kigali Worldwide Airport in Rwanda, with three weekly flights.
With the addition of the 2 locations, the airline now operates 33 weekly flights to eight locations in Africa together with Addis Ababa, Dar es Salaam, Djibouti, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Tunis.
Qatar Airways has a robust relationship with Kenya and Rwanda with virtually 15 years of operations to Nairobi and eight years of operations to Kigali.
Qatar Airways Group chief govt, Akbar Al Baker, stated: “We’re delighted to renew flights to Nairobi and Kigali, totalling our flights to 33 weekly flights into Africa with eight locations.
“Qatar Airways continues to take care of an increasing schedule with now greater than 500 weekly flights to over 75 locations.
“In the course of the pandemic, Qatar Airways have change into the biggest world provider to take care of its schedule in taking individuals dwelling with the best security measures.
“Our huge community of flights throughout these difficult occasions has ensured we have now stored updated with the most recent in worldwide airport procedures.
“We additionally applied probably the most superior security and hygiene measures on board our plane and in our dwelling and hub at Hamad Worldwide Airport.”
Additionally on Rwanda, the nationwide provider just lately returned to operations.
Throughout Covid-19 pandemic, Qatar Airways Cargo continued working its scheduled twice-weekly with A330 freighters and 4 occasions weekly with Boeing 777 freighters to Nairobi together with freight charters.
These flights supplied a lot required capability, supporting exporters and importers and bringing in important medical provides.
With the resumption of passenger flights to Nairobi, the cargo provider will function 20 flights in whole, providing greater than 700 tonnes of cargo capability every week, every manner.