Qatar Airways resumes planes from Doha to Lisbon.

As part of their 2024 system growth, Qatar Airways announced that airlines to Lisbon, Portugal, would resume. The airline may begin using Boeing B787- 8 plane for four biweekly planes to Lisbon as of Thursday, June 6, 2024.
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, is a great starting point for visitors looking to discover the many sights of the nation. Visitors can travel to Sintra, a mediaeval city with the impressive Quinta de Regaleira house, which is UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, in just one day. The National Palace of Pena, which is only a train walk away, has lively stones that have been influenced by the lush vegetation surrounding it, creating an alluring environment.
With the help of this European growth, Qatar Airways passengers can now fly between Qatar and Portugal with ease and have direct flights to the well-known Middle East aircraft for Asia, Africa, the Middle West, and the Indian subcontinent.
For those looking to escape industrial surroundings, Cascais, also known as the Portuguese Riviera, provides a nice escape. This coastal location is a haven for water sports lovers, especially surfing and windsurfers, thanks to its many picturesque beaches. Cascais is known for its wonderful shrimp in addition to its breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, making it a perfect beach getaway.
Through the award-winning Hamad International Airport ( DOH), Qatar Airways passengers in Portugal can now travel to new parts of the world. With this most recent addition to the summer routine, travelers from Europe can now go to India’s subcontinent as well as the continents of Africa and Asia via Lisbon.
Passengers in Portugal who fly with Qatar Airways now have the chance to fly to Hamad International Airport ( DOH) and travel to various locations around the globe. A new gateway for global travel from Europe, particularly Lisbon, to Africa, Asia, and the Indian subcontinent is created by the latest inclusion in the summer routine. SOURCE: Qatar Airways Resuming Planes from Doha to Lisbon | eTurboNews |ETN 

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