Qatar Airways aims to operate flights to 80 destinations by end of June
The Qatar Airways has been focusing on maintaining flights to over 30 destinations where possible, helping repatriate over one million people and transporting more than 100,000 tonnes of essential medical and aid supplies.
"Throughout this crisis our passengers have been at the centre of our focus," says Akbar Al Baker, the airline's chief executive. "As we follow the indicators of the global travel market on a daily basis, we continue to focus on our mission -- how we can enable mobility for our customers and provide them with seamless connectivity to their final destination," CNN quoted Al Baker as saying in a report.
The airline says it is planning to grow its network back to over 50 destinations by the end of May, including resumption of services to Manila, Amman and Nairobi.