Qatar Airways Restarts Flights Between Doha & Venice

Earlier this week, Qatar Airways restarted flights between Doha and Venice in Italy, as Summer growth continues.
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Earlier this week, Qatar Airways restarted flights between Doha and Venice in Italy, as Summer growth continues.

The Middle Eastern carrier has added these services alongside the existing flights in Milan and Rome.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

The Flights Between Doha & Venice with Qatar Airways…


Earlier this week, Qatar Airways restarted flights between Doha and Venice in Italy, as Summer growth continues.
Photo Credit: Qatar Airways.

The new flights between Doha and Venice with Qatar Airways launched on June 12.

Furthermore, the airline will be servicing the route on a daily basis using their Boeing 787 aircraft.

The scheduling for such flights is as follows:

  • Doha (DOH) to Venice (VCE) – departing at 09:00 and arriving at 14:20.
  • Venice (VCE) to Doha (DOH) – departing at 16:50 and arriving at 23:10.

At this stage, it is unclear whether these flights will run just over the Summer, or whether it will operate on a year-round basis.

These new flights come following the significant expansion that has taken place over the last three months.

Back in April, the carrier boosted services to Luanda as well as connecting Kinshasa to Doha.

Furthermore, Qatar Airways also inaugurated flights to Tashkent at the beginning of this month.

Then, just a few days ago, the airline relaunched direct flights to the Portuguese capital Lisbon.

Finally, just this week, the airline revealed a new partnership with China Southern Airlines for codesharing and enhancing innovation & connectivity.

In this regard, it is clear that Qatar Airways is continuing to grow in every area as quickly as possible.

Antinori: Italy Is A Key Market for the Airline…


Earlier this week, Qatar Airways restarted flights between Doha and Venice in Italy, as Summer growth continues.
Photo Credit: Kyle Hayes/AviationSource

Commenting on the restart of flights between Doha and Venice was Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Thierry Antinori:

“As we enter the summer season, we are excited to resume our daily service to Venice.”

“Italy is a key market for Qatar Airways, and we are committed to providing our passengers with more travel opportunities and seamless connections to explore this wonderful country.”

“In addition to Venice, Qatar Airways already serves two other major Italian cities, Rome and Milan.”

“These flights have been incredibly popular among our passengers, and we are thrilled to expand our Italian offerings with the inclusion of Venice, through our world-class award-winning hub in Doha, Hamad International Airport.”

The new offerings mean that Italy is well-connected for residents across the country.

Furthermore, this includes the connectivity options through Doha to the rest of the world like the Far East and Australia.

Qatar Airways connects over 170 destinations worldwide, so the options for Italian passengers boast a wide range for sure.

The airline has a strong fleet of 254 aircraft to help facilitate the big list of connection points and destinations.

As per data from Planespotters.net, the airline has the following aircraft in their fleet:

  • 29 Airbus A320 Family aircraft.
  • 10 Airbus A330 Family aircraft.
  • 58 Airbus A350 Family aircraft.
  • 8 Airbus A380s.
  • 9 Boeing 737 MAX 8s.
  • 92 Boeing 777 Family aircraft.
  • 48 Boeing 787 Family aircraft.

With quite a strong range of long-haul and short-haul aircraft, this is how Qatar Airways is able to facilitate global travel.

On some of their long-haul flights, they also have the QSuite Business Class, which has taken the industry by storm over the last few years.

Overall…


Photo Credit: Kyle Hayes/AviationSource

In conclusion, the restart in flights between Doha and Venice is reflective of the growth that Qatar Airways has undertaken this year so far.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how this route performs, as there is opportunity if it is popular once again.

If demand is strong, then there could be a case to expand frequencies from the Italian airport.

But for now, all eyes is on the route performance, as well as within the wider network as the airline continues to thrive in 2024.

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