Qatar Airways to resume flights to Taif, Saudi Arabia

Qatar Airways to resume flights to Taif, Saudi Arabia

The re-launch of the route will take the carrier up to six destinations in the kingdom

Qatar Airways will resume its service to Taif in Saudi Arabia with three weekly flights, starting on 3 January, 2023.

Qatar Airways flight QR1206 will depart from Hamad International Airport at 07:40, arriving at 10:10 at Taif International Airport. On the return leg, flight QR1207 will depart from Taif International Airport at 11:10 and arrive at Hamad International Airport at 13:20.

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The resumption of flights will allow passengers flying from and to Taif to benefit from the airline’s international network.

The three weekly flights to Taif will be in addition to the airline’s other Saudi routes, including two daily flights to Riyadh, four daily flights to Jeddah, two daily flights to Medina, five daily flights to Dammam and a daily flight to Qassim.


Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 150 destinations from its Doha hub.

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