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How many routes does Qatar Airways have?

How many routes does Qatar Airways have?

Qatar Airways currently operates more than 700 flights per week to over 100 destinations worldwide.

Does Qatar Airways have A340?

While Qatar Airways has said goodbye to its four A340s, the carrier still operates some of the largest passenger aircraft on the market- namely the A380, 777-200, and -300, as well as the A350-900 and -1000. Did you ever have the opportunity to fly on Qatar Airways’ A340-600s?

What airlines fly A340 600?

Airbus A340

First flight 25 October 1991
Introduction 15 March 1993 with Lufthansa & Air France
Status In service
Primary users Lufthansa Mahan Air South African Airways Swiss International Air Lines

Is the Airbus A340 600 still in service?

While seven A340-600s are listed as currently in the fleet, just four appear to be active as the remaining three have been designated as parked. With an average age of 19-and-a-half years, many of these aircraft began their lives with UK operator Virgin Atlantic.

When did Qatar retire A340?

April 30, 2019
On April 30, 2019, Qatar Airways retired its last Airbus A340-600 from service after around 16 years of service. The last flight was QR835 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Hamad International Airport.

Do Qatar Airways have A380?

Qatar Airways took delivery of its first Airbus A380 back in 2014, meaning that its entire fleet is relatively young. However, earlier this year, the airline’s CEO Akbar Al Baker told Simple Flying that the jet was the airline’s biggest mistake.

Who is the VP of Qatar Airways?

Akbar Al Baker
Akbar Al Baker in 2009
Born 1962 (age 59–60) Doha, Qatar
Nationality Qatari
Education Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics