The carrier will resume its service to Windhoek from June
Qatar Airways has announced that it will resume flying to Windhoek in Namibia “as part of its largest ever African schedule” as it continues to reinstate its global network.
From 25 June 2022, the airline will operate three direct flights a week between Windhoek, Namibia and Hamad International Airport, Doha. In a press release published on Qatar Airway’s website, the scheduled days were not listed, but flight times were.
Flight QR1373 will depart from Hamad International Airport, Doha at 01:45, arriving at 09:50 to Hosea Kutako International Airport,Windhoek. Qatar Airways flight QR1374, will depart from Hosea Kutako International Airport at 13:20, and arrive at Hamad International Airport at 23:00.
The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, offering 22 seats in business class and 232 seats in economy class, will service the route.
Qatar Airways currently operates 200 weekly flights to 31 cities across Africa. The new Windhoek route will offer connectivity for passengers to almost 150 destinations in the airline’s global network, including gateways in Europe, such as Germany, France, Spain and the UK.
Commenting on the announcement, Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “This resumption demonstrates the strong ties between Doha and Namibia, with Qatar Airways enjoying an increasingly robust presence across the African continent, supporting economies and the ongoing recovery of the travel industry in the region.
“Reinstating flights from Windhoek to Doha will not only ensure Qatar Airways is best-placed to meet the increasing demand for travel in Southern Africa, it will also enable an even greater number of our valued passengers in Africa to experience our signature five-star service on board.”
For more information, visit www.qatarairways.com