Qatar Airways to resume the round-trip passenger air route between Chongqing and Doha
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- From September 25, 2023, Qatar Airways will return to Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport, officially resuming the regular direct passenger air route between Chongqing and Doha.
It is reported that the route will be served by Airbus A330-300 with three shifts per week. The outbound flight QR881 is scheduled to depart from Chongqing at 01:50 every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, and arrive in Doha at 04:55; The return flight QR880 is scheduled to depart from Doha at 02:35 every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and arrive in Chongqing at 15:10 (all the above times are the local time). Equipped with 30 Business class seats and 275 economy class seats, the aircraft will provide a more comfortable, convenient and "luxurious" travel experience for business and leisure travelers entering and exiting Chongqing and transiting via Chongqing.
From now on, passengers can enjoy a discount of up to 12% when booking Chongqing-originating flights through online booking channels such as Qatar Airways official website. In addition, international students in Chongqing can also register for the Student Club through Qatar Airways official website for free to enjoy the exclusive benefits for international students, such as additional discounts for baggage and booking.
The global air route network of Qatar Airways covers more than 160 destinations. After the resumption of the Chongqing route, it will provide convenient transportation for passengers coming from Chongqing or transiting through Chongqing to and from destinations in Europe, Africa, Middle East, and America. This will greatly enhance the aviation accessibility of Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport and support the construction of Chongqing as an inland development highland.
It is reported that in the third quarter of this year, Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport will cooperate with Qatar Airways to resume the direct flights from Chongqing to Osaka and Qatar, and add more direct shifts between Chongqing and Singapore. (Translated by Hu Chuanmin, Fathom Language Limited)