The world’s best air carrier resumes flights to Ukraine

On December 18, Qatar Airways operated the Doha – Kiev flight. Now the airline will fly to Ukraine three times a week, from January – four.

On December 18, after a nine-month break, Qatar Airways resumed flights from Qatar to Ukraine.

Flights on route Doha – Kiev, Kiev – Doha will be carried out 3 times a week – on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. A fourth weekly flight will be added on January 4th, scheduled for Monday.

Flights will be provided with 12 business class seats and 120 economy class seats.

Flights on the Doha – Kiev route will depart from 8:30, and arrival at 12:50… From Kiev, planes will fly to 12:50fly to Doha in 23:30 by local time.

“We are pleased to resume flights to Kiev and offer travelers from Ukraine unrivaled service and new travel opportunities … Qatar Airways became the largest international carrier in the world during the pandemic, providing the ability to return home for more than 2.8 million passengers and gaining a unique experience of passenger transportation safe, “- said the commercial director of Qatar Airways Group in Ukraine Galina Durmush.

This is reported by the CFTS.

In 2019, the airline received the title of the best in the world according to the Skytrax rating and entered the top 10 safest airlines in the world according to AirlineRatings.

We also remind you that from December 17, 2020, Turkish Airlines will lift the ban on hand luggage in the cabin.

You can find out where you can fly now and what travel restrictions are in effect in our new section “Restrictions”. There you can also subscribe to notifications about changes in the regime of entry to the country of interest or in all directions.

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