Fly to Qatar to watch World Cup; More services from the Gulf

Fly to Qatar to watch World Cup; More services from the Gulf
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Dubai: Flydubai, the UAE’s budget airline, and other Gulf airlines will offer more services for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. It will operate from November 21 through December 18. Qatar Airways, Qatar’s national carrier has signed agreements with Fly Dubai and Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Saudi Arabia, Oman Air, and Oman Air. Qatar Airways has released figures that Fly Dubai will operate 60 daily flights from Dubai to Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Saudi Arabia and Oman Air. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Airways and Oman Air will operate 20, 48, and 40 flights respectively.

Match day shuttle services

Officials at Qatar Airways stated that shuttle tickets from Qatar for the return day would be available at very affordable rates. They also offer return services from Dubai and Jeddah as well as Kuwait City, Muscat, Muscat, Riyadh, Jeddah, Jeddah, Kuwait City and Muscat. You do not need to stay in hotels as you will be arriving in Qatar in the morning. Additionally, a no-check-in baggage policy simplifies travel planning. Travel between the stadium and the airport will be made easier for those who book a match-day shuttle service.

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UAE-Qatar fares have increased

The FIFA World Cup has seen a dramatic increase in airfares from Qatar to the UAE. Economy class rates have seen the biggest rise. According to airline data, the one-way economy class fares rose from 360 dirhams to 7,110 dirhams the day before the World Cup began.

Akbar Al Baker, Chief Executive of Qatar Airways Group, stated that the joint venture with Fly Dubai and Kuwait Airways, Oman Air, Oman Air, Saudi Arabia, Oman Air, Oman Air, and Oman Air would make it easier for football fans to travel.

The World Cup will take place in eight stadiums in Qatar. Al Bayt Stadium will host match one with 60,000 spectators, while Lucille Stadium will host match two of the tournament’s 80,000-seat final. The remaining stadiums can hold 40,000 people.

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