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Qatar Airways will begin weekly flights to Thessal


first_imgQatar Airways will begin weekly flights to Thessaloniki, Greece, from 27 March 2018. The new service between Doha and Thessaloniki will be operated by an Airbus A320 aircraft, featuring 12 seats in Business Class and 132 seats in Economy Class.The airline has also launched its frequent flyer programme partnership with longstanding codeshare partner, Bangkok Airways giving Qatar Airways Privilege Club members the opportunity to earn and redeem Qmiles on all flights operated by Bangkok Airways. Bangkok Airways FlyerBonus members can also earn and redeem FlyerBonus points on eligible Qatar Airways flights. Both programmes require members to provide their membership card upon reservation or check-in.Increased demand for Thailand destinations sees the airline commencing direct flights to Chiang Mai (12 December 2017) and Pattaya (28 January 2018). On an entirely different note, cementing its commitment to prevent the illegal trade and transportation of wildlife, Qatar Airways attended a meeting of the signatories to the United For Wildlife Transport Taskforce Buckingham Palace Declaration, hosted by the United Kingdom’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and in the presence of HRH The Duke of Cambridge and the Rt Hon. the Lord Hague of Richmond, at Lancaster House in London last Wednesday (1 November 2017).“Qatar Airways remains faithful to our commitments to the Buckingham Palace Declaration,” said Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker. “Since signing the Declaration, we have ramped up efforts on all fronts in the fight against illegal wildlife trafficking. This month we launched an extensive passenger awareness campaign, and our customers will start to notice our new wildlife posters appearing at our Doha hub, Hamad International Airport, and at strategically selected outposts worldwide. Passengers will find more information on-board with a new video appearing on our in-flight entertainment system, Oryx One, and a feature length article included in the November issue of our in-flight magazine, Oryx.” airlinesQatar Airwayslast_img

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