Qatar Airways (hereinafter referred to as "Qatar Airways") recently resumed its daily flight to Riyadh, the capital of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Flight qr1164 from Doha to Riyadh took off from Hamad International Airport at 13:45 local time on January 11 and landed safely at King Khalid International Airport at 15:10. Qatar Airways' first Riyadh return flight was carried out by Airbus a350-1000.
Qatar Airways will also resume flights to Jeddah and Daman on January 15 and 16, respectively. The first Jeddah return flight qr1188 will depart from Doha at 18:50 local time on Friday, and the first Damman return flight qr1150 will depart from Doha at 17:10 local time on Saturday.
With the recovery of the above destinations, passengers from Saudi Arabia can enjoy Qatari airlines' award-winning air suite again. It is equipped with private sliding doors and "do not disturb (DND)" indicator. The 1-2-1 business class seat layout can provide passengers with private and comfortable flight experience.
Qatar Airways will continue to build a global airline network. It has resumed flights to more than 110 destinations and plans to increase the number of destinations to more than 125 by the end of March 2021. Qatar Airways is an award-winning airline. In the world aviation awards in 2019, it was named "airline of the year" by Skytrax, an international air transport rating agency. Qatar Airways is the first airline in history to receive the highest honor of "airline of the year" for five times.
Doha Hamad International Airport (HIA), the headquarters and hub airport of Qatar Airways, was selected as "the third best airport in the world" from 550 airports in the world in the Skytrax World Airport awards in 2020. Since its operation in 2014, Hamad International Airport has been steadily rising in the ranking of "the best airport in the world", from the fourth in 2019 to the third in 2020. In addition, it has been rated as the "best airport in the Middle East" for six consecutive years and won the "Best Airport Service Award in the Middle East" for five consecutive years.
Source: civil aviation resources network