Qatar Airways

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Islamabad to Sydney

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Islamabad to Dallas

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Islamabad to Paris

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Islamabad to Kuala Lumpur

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Islamabad to Istanbul

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Islamabad to Manchester

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Islamabad to New York

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Islamabad to Washington

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Islamabad to Sydney

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Islamabad to Dallas

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Islamabad to Chicago

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Islamabad to Kuala Lumpur

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Islamabad to Istanbul

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Islamabad to Manchester

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Islamabad to New York

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Islamabad to Washington

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Introduction

Qatar Airways is the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar. The airline adorns a burgundy Oryx on its tailfin, which is the State animal of Qatar, is among the few airlines that feature a land animal on its livery. Its headquarters is in Doha, at the Qatar Airways Tower. The airline links international destinations all across African continent, Central Asia, Europe, the Far East, Middle East, South Asia, the Americas and Australasia. The airline’s base airport is Hamad International Airport, and commands a fleet of more than 180 aircrafts. The airline is a member of the Oneworld alliance since October 2013 and It is the first and only Gulf airline to sign with one of the three major airline alliances, the other being Star Alliance and Skyteam.

Fleet

In the June 2003 Paris Air Show, Qatar Airways ordered two Airbus A321s, fourteen Airbus A330s, eight A330-200s, six 300s and two Airbus A340-600s for US$5.1 billion. The airline began to span to the Chinese customers and flew flights to Shanghai initially. With the new aircrafts, Qatar Airways began to make its mark by flying to Manchester in April, to Tripoli in November, and to Cebu and Singapore in December of 2003. During the 2003 Dubai Air Show Qatar airways bought two more Airbus A380s worth US $1.2 billion. Qatar Airways willing presented itself to be audited under the new IATA operational audit program and became the first airline to be audited under the new IATA regulations in the same year. In 2004 Zurich became its fifty third and Yangon became its fifty forth international destinations.
In June of 2007, at the Paris Air Show, Qatar Airways acquired eighty Airbus A350 XWBs, three Airbus A380s, twenty A350-800s, forty A350–900s and twenty A350–1000s with first deliveries in 2013. Until then, Qatar Airways primarily an Airbus running airline but In November 2007, thirty Boeing 787-8s, 14 Boeing 777-300ERs, six Boeing 777-200LRs and seven Boeing 777Fs were purchased from Boeing for a staggering price of US$13.5 billion. The airline was delivered its first airplane in the same month. By 2007 the airline began to touch down at Newark in June, Nagpur in September and Stockholm in November.

At the 2009 Paris Air Show, Qatar Airways ordered an additional twenty Airbus A320 and four Airbus A321 aircraft valued at US $ 1.9 billion.
On October 12, 2009, the company became the world’s first commercial airliner to power the engines using natural gas, therefore reducing emissions to a bare minimum. 

The airline has 2 Airbus A319-100LR, 39 Airbus A320-200, 8 Airbus A321-200, 13 Airbus A330-200, 13 Airbus A330-300, 4 Airbus A340-600, 19 Airbus A350-900, 8 Airbus A380-800, 9 Boeing 777-200LR, 34 Boeing 777-300ER, 30 Boeing 787-8 for its passenger services and for cargo use 8 Airbus A330-200F, 2 Boeing 747-400F and 12 Boeing 777F totaling to 197 aircraft.

Brief History

Qatar Airways was established on November 22, 1993. The first flight of Qatar Airways was to Amman Jordan in May, 1994. ByApril 1995, the airline had expanded its span to Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Cairo, Dubai, Khartoum, Kuwait, London, Madras, Manila, Muscat, Osaka, Sharjah, Taipei, Tokyo and Trivandrum and sported two Airbus A310s, two Boeing 747s and Boeing 747SP. Flights to London were launched during 1997. In July 1998 Qatar Airways placed the order for six Airbus A320s. They were scheduled for delivery between 2001 and 2005. In the same year, the airline made an agreement with a leasing enterprise for the lease of four Airbus A320s, with transfers arranged between February and April 1999. In June 2003, a Qatar Airways was the first airline to resume its services to Iraq, and the first flight landed at Basra. Later the airline allocated and repurposed an Airbus A300-600R to start its cargo shipment program for the first time.

Awards

The airline has won the “World’s Best Airline” awards four times, including the most recent year in 2017.

Routes

By 2009, Qatar Airways launched its first flight to Melbourne, Australia, to Chengdu and Hangzhou in China, to Phnom Penh in Cambodia and to Manila in the Philippines. The carrier launched twenty-two new destinations since 2010, that included Ankara, Aleppo, Bangalore, Barcelona, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Hanoi, Montreal, Nice, Phuket, São Paulo, Shiraz, Kolkata, Medina, Oslo, Sofia, Stuttgart, Venice and Tokyo. Qatar Airways also started run flights to Benghazi and Entebbe during 2011.
In November 2011, at the Dubai Airshow, the airline ordered 55 Airbus planes that included fifty A320neo, five A380 and two Boeing 777 freighters for cargo services.

During 2013, Qatar Airways began flights to Gassim in Saudi Arabia, to Basra and Najaf in Iraq, to Salalah in Oman and to Chicago in the United States, and briefly to Ethiopia as well.
The first day of the 2014 Farnborough Air Show saw Qatar Airways purchasing fifty Boeing 777-9Xs and four Boeing 777Fs worth US $21.6 billion destined to be delivered by 2020.
In January 2015, the airline procured four Boeing 777Fs in a deal worth US$1.24 billion. In June the same year, it was revealed that Qatar Airways demanded another ten Boeing 777-8Xs and four additional Boeing 777Fs for US $ 4.18 billion.
February 2017 onwards, the airline became the world-class carrier to fly a regular longest flight, between Doha and Auckland.

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