Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Hyderabad airport resumes direct connections with Qatar, UAE in Gulf region

Coming as good news for all travellers, the Hyderabad International Airport has been re-connected with Qatar in the Gulf region after Qatar Airways decided to resume its services under the air transport bubble arrangements. According to the latest report, the airlines had resumed its services from September 13 by connecting Hyderabad with Doha, Qatar twice a week on Saturday and Sunday.

Speaking about the latest development, Karthik Viswanathan, who is the Area Sales Manager-South Asia Sub Continent of Qatar Airways has lavished praise on the airline's resilience during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The entire world was brought to a grinding halt in the aftermath of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

"We are extremely pleased to resume flights to Hyderabad, especially in this distinct case of an air bubble between the two countries. This clearly shows our airline's resilience during this crisis and unwavering commitment to our passengers to reunite them with their loved ones." Karthik Viswanathan was quoted as saying by news agency ANI. 

According to a report filed by the news agency, Hyderabad International Airport has opted to restart its services to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) following the resumption of Etihad Airways between Hyderabad and Abu Dhabi. As per the report, it has been learned that the connectivity recommenced from September 20. However, the connectivity in the Gulf region is only available thrice a week, that is, every Thursday, Friday and Sunday. 

22/09/20 TimesNowNews

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