Qatar Airways set to resume Lisbon flight services

A Qatar Airways Boeing 787 takes off.
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Qatar Airways has confirmed that it will resume flights to Lisbon, Portugal, as part of its extensive 2024 network expansion.

With over 170 destinations in its network, including 50 European destinations, Qatar Airways is now set to reconnect passengers from Hamad International to the vibrant capital of Portugal.

The renewed service will facilitate broader connections across Africa, Asia , Middle East and the Indian subcontinent.

Lisbon: Rich Heritage and Attractions

Lisbon, as the capital of Portugal, serves as the gateway to a virtual treasure trove of historical sites and cultural attractions.

Travelers can immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of the city, starting with day trips to the enchanting medieval town of Sintra.

Here, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quinta de Regaleira palace, stands as a testament to centuries of history and architectural brilliance.

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A short train ride away lies the awe-inspiring National Palace of Pena, renowned for its vibrant colors and intricate tile work inspired by the lush surroundings.

As visitors wander through its halls, they’re transported to a bygone era, where royalty and romance intertwine amidst breathtaking scenery.

A Qatar Airways flight touches down in Toulouse, France.
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Qatar Airways on Resuming Flights

Commenting on the resumption of flights to Lisbon, Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Thierry Antinori, referred to the airline’s expansion in the European market.

“As we continue to expand in the European market, we celebrate the resumption of our flights to the beautiful city of Lisbon,” he said.

“Qatar Airways passengers can now enjoy very efficient ways to travel between Qatar and Portugal, as well as connect between Portugal and Asia, Africa, Middle East and the Indian subcontinent.”

Discovering Cascais: The Portuguesa Riviera

For those seeking a respite from city life, Cascais beckons with its sandy beaches and azure waters, earning it the title of the “Portuguesa Riviera.”

Water sports enthusiasts flock to its shores, drawn by the promise of world-class surfing and windsurfing opportunities.

Meanwhile, food aficionados indulge in the freshest seafood delicacies, accompanied by panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.

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Hamad International Airport

With Lisbon added to its summer schedule, Qatar Airways opens up new avenues for international travel, with Hamad International Airport (DOH) serving as a pivotal hub.

Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 170 destinations worldwide, connecting through its Doha hub, Hamad International Airport, voted by Skytrax as the ‘World’s Best Airport’ in 2021 and 2022 consecutively.

This year, Hamad International Airport has been ranked by Skytrax as the second-best airport in the world, and received the ‘Best Airport in the Middle East’ accolade for the ninth time in a row, as well as ‘World’s Best Airport Shopping’.

Passengers can now seamlessly transition between Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Indian subcontinent, enjoying the world-class amenities and services offered at one of the Middle East’s premier airports.

Stopover Packages

Travelers embarking on their journey with Qatar Airways can also take advantage of enticing stopover packages to Qatar, curated by Discover Qatar.

Whether opting for a standard stay or indulging in luxury accommodations, guests are treated to unparalleled hospitality and a range of add-on options, including airport assistance, transfers, and immersive tours of the city and desert landscapes.

Qatar Airways Privilege Club members enjoy exclusive perks and privileges, including the opportunity to earn and redeem Avios on flights.

With Avios Max, members can unlock greater savings and access a myriad of rewards, from shopping at Qatar Duty Free to cabin upgrades and bespoke experiences through Privilege Club Collection.


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