With the addition of Kigali and Nairobi, the airline now operates 33 weekly flights to eight stops in Africa including Addis Ababa, Dar es Salaam, Djibouti, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar and Tunis.
Qatar Airways has stated that it will resume services to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi, Kenya with 14 weekly flights and Kigali International Airport Rwanda with three weekly flights.
Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are delighted to resume flights to Nairobi and Kigali, totalling our flights to 33 weekly flights into Africa with eight destinations. Qatar Airways continues to maintain an expanding schedule with now more than 500 weekly flights to over 75 destinations.
During the pandemic, Qatar Airways have become the most notable global carrier to maintain its schedule in taking people home with the highest safety measures. Our extensive network of flights during these challenging times has ensured we have kept up to date with the latest in international airport procedures.
Qatar also promises to perform the most advanced safety & hygiene measures onboard our aircraft and in our home and hub at Hamad International Airport which was recently voted the Best Airport in the Middle East for the sixth year in a row.
“Qatar Airways has been the most reliable airline during the pandemic and will continue to ensure its promised five-star service and hospitality is delivered across its network. We hope to see many people come to visit Kenya and Rwanda and explore the world’s stunning wildlife and more.”