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Article from BTNews 12 JANUARY 2015

Qatar to Amsterdam

There is little doubt that 2015 will be a busy year when it comes to new routes.  Perhaps predictably Qatar Airways has jumped in first when it comes to announcements confirming Dutch capital Amsterdam from Doha 16 June.  It will take the airline’s European destination count up to 34.  Daily non-stop flights will be operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

Continuing with its two-class policy on non-A380 routes the airline will operate a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, with 22 fully-flat-bed seats in Business Class and 232 in Economy.  Flight time Doha – Amsterdam is 6hrs 35mins.

The daily flights will depart from Doha in the morning, arriving into Amsterdam in early afternoon, with return services to Doha departing in the late afternoon.  This schedule provides particular convenience and flexibility for passengers connecting at the airline's hub, and for leisure breaks or business meetings at one of Europe’s most important port cities.   www.qatarairways.com

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