Qatar Welcomes Iberia to Doha With New Madrid Flights

Qatar Welcomes Iberia to Doha With New Madrid Flights
Photo Credit: Qatar Airways.

Qatar Airways welcomed one of it’s partners Iberia, as the Spanish carrier launched it’s Madrid-Doha flights this week.

This now means that there are daily flights between the two countries, boosting further connectivity under the oneworld alliance.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Qatar Welcomes Iberia to Doha With New Madrid Flights…


Qatar Welcomes Iberia to Doha With New Madrid Flights
Photo Credit: Qatar Airways.

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Iberia’s new daily service complements Qatar Airways’ two daily flights between the capital cities of Spain and Qatar and three daily flights between Barcelona and Doha.

Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Mr. Thierry Antinori, said the following on this significant milestone for flights between Doha & Madrid:

“With the launch of Iberia flights, our valued customers including corporates and trade partners, can capitalise on the additional capacity between Madrid and Doha.”

“The schedules complement each other and provide unparalleled access to hundreds of destinations across both networks.”

The airline also said the following in their statement:

“As part of the unique partnership between Qatar Airways, British Airways and Iberia, passengers can enjoy the best service on the ground and in the air, while seamlessly connecting to their favourite destinations.”

“The unique partnership between Qatar Airways, British Airways and Iberia offers more customers even greater flexibility, choice and value, and today’s inaugural flight reinforces Qatar as a destination of choice in the region, and Hamad International Airport as a global gateway.”

All eyes will be on how this new partnership evolves, as well as whether there is scope to expand flights between Madrid & Doha going into the future.

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