Qatar Airways is pleased to announce the resumptions of its services to Sofia via Bucharest, marking the 100th destination to be added back to its global network.

The three weekly flights to Sofia starting this Friday, 16 October, will see the airline’s network expand to more than 700 weekly flights across six continents. The airline’s mix of fuel-efficient efficient aircraft and strategic network management has enabled for the quick resumption of flights and expansion of services following passenger demand.

The following destinations are to resume flights and/or increase frequencies:

  • Bucharest (three weekly flights starting 16 October)
  • Copenhagen (increased to 10 weekly flights from 12 October)
  • Madrid (increased to 10 weekly flights from 12 October)
  • Manchester (increased to 17 weekly flights from 12 October)
  • Singapore (increasing to double daily flights from 25 October)
  • Sofia (three weekly flights starting 16 October)
  • Stockholm (increased to 10 weekly flights from 12 October)

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, HE Akbar Al Baker said they are proud to reach this significant milestone in the rebuilding of their network. He said that their focus is not only on restarting destinations, but also on operating as many frequencies as possible to provide passengers the flexibility to travel when they want.

Since the onset of the pandemic, Qatar Airways has flown over 175 million kilometres, taking home over 2.3 million passengers on over 37,000 flights. The airline has also operated more than 400 charter flights across the world enabling it to stay up to date with the latest airport and national health procedures and maintain a finger on the pulse of global passenger flows, particularly in markets where it does not operate regular scheduled flights.

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