Doha-based Qatar Airways has added eight more new destinations to its network for 2017-18.
The oneworld carrier will link Doha with Canberra, Australia; Dublin, Ireland; Las Vegas, US; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Santiago, Chile; Medan and Kualanamu in Indonesia; and Tabuk and Yanbu in Saudi Arabia.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker said: “Our intention is to ensure our passengers can choose Qatar Airways for all of their travel needs – whether they are flying on business, for pleasure, or a combination of both.
“With today’s network announcement, we will be able to connect more people to more places than any other Gulf airline, and we will ensure our passengers will delight in the journey.”
The carrier had already outlined seven new destinations for next year, consisting of Auckland, New Zealand; Sarajevo, Bosnia; Skopje, Macedonia; Libreville, Gabon; Nice, France; Chiang Mai, Thailand; and Douala, Cameroon.