After a gap of over two years, Qatar Airways on Thursday resumed its international flight between Nagpur and Doha. It is a direct flight connecting Hamad International Airport in Doha and city’s Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport.
The world’s leading airlines had shut down its services on the route in 2020 following the restriction imposed to control COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the travel agents based in the city, told The Hitavada that the flight will be available for four days in a week. The airlines is operating Airbus A-320 with a capacity to accommodate about 144 passengers.
The lowest fare for return journey offered by the airlines is Rs 53,999 per person which will be available for a limited period.
In addition to Qatar Airways, Air Arabia is also operating a direct flight per week to Sharjah.
The ongoing summer holidays have taken the number of air passengers to a next level creating a need for more flight and various routes. According to the travel agents, Nagpur
airport is witnessing a large number of travellers after a gap of two years.