Qatar Airways this week unveiled plans to launch service to Madrid on Dec. 2 ahead of the expected spike in holiday travel. The carrier will operate three days per week from Doha to Madrid after a stop in Rome with an Airbus A300-600 in a two-class configuration. "Madrid has long been on our wish list of destinations," said CEO Akbar Al Baker. The airline currently operates scheduled flights from Doha to 66 destinations worldwide. New destinations being added in the next few weeks ...
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