Qatar Airways has enhanced its presence in southern Africa with the launch of a brand new linked service between Doha and Lusaka, Zambia and Harare, Zimbabwe.
The brand new route was inaugurated by an Airbus A350-900 that includes 36 seats within the award-winning Qsuite enterprise class and 247 seats in financial system class.
Qatar Airways now operates to Lusaka’s Kenneth Kaunda Worldwide Airport (LUN).
The nation’s largest metropolis and business centre, Lusaka is the gateway to experiencing Zambia’s legendary vacationer points of interest from the Victoria Falls which it shares with Zimbabwe, to sport reserves and a wide range of wildlife.
In the meantime, Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, will likely be served through Robert Gabriel Mugabe Worldwide Airport (HRE) can also be a vacation spot with wealthy tradition, World Heritage–listed archaeological websites and numerous pure landscapes.
The plane was greeted in Lusaka and Harare by conventional water cannon salutes upon arrival.
The airline has demonstrated its steadfast dedication to Africa all through the pandemic having considerably grown its community by including 4 routes to Accra, Abidjan, Abuja, Luanda and restarting providers to Alexandria, Cairo and Khartoum bringing its footprint to 27 locations in 21 international locations.
Earlier this month, Qatar Airways additionally signed an interline settlement with RwandAir giving clients better entry to the mixed networks of each airways.
Qatar Airways Group chief government, Akbar Al Baker, mentioned: “We have now formidable plans for Africa which is likely one of the fastest-growing financial areas of the world, with rising client demand and an abundance of pure assets.
“We see monumental potential in not simply outbound journey from Zimbabwe and Zambia, but in addition inbound site visitors from India, UK, and Americas.
“We stay up for strengthen commerce and tourism hyperlinks between Zimbabwe and Zambia, and locations on the Qatar Airways community, and steadily develop these routes to assist the restoration of tourism and commerce within the area.”