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Qatar Airways to fly to Ankara

April 8- Qatar Airways has launched its flights to Ankara, it was learnt in a statement released yesterday. Flight QR462 landed at Esenboga International Airport on Monday night, it added. The flights to Ankara will be four times a week from Doha making it the second destination to Turkey after Istanbul.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Akbar Al Baker said that “Qatar Airways is the only Gulf carrier flying to Ankara, operating an Airbus A320 with 12 seats in Business Class and 132 in economy. We are delighted to add Ankara into our international route network and further consolidate our presence in Turkey, clearly proving how important this dynamic market is for Qatar Airways.”
 

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