Qatar Airways announces direct non-stop daily service from Doha to Dublin

Qatar Airways has announced that it will operate daily non-stop flights between Doha and Dublin, the capital of the Ireland, commencing June 12, 2017.

Dublin serves as the gateway to all of Ireland. The city’s key attractions include St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Dublin Castle, and the famed Wicklow Mountains.

Starting June 12, 2017 on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, the new Qatar Airways’ flights will depart from Doha at 01.25 hours arriving Dublin at 07.25 hours. The return flights will depart from Dublin at 08.50 hours to arrive Doha at 18.05 hours. On Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, the flight will leave Doha at 07.20 hours arriving Dublin at 13.20 hours, with return flights leaving Dublin at 15.25 hours to arrive Doha at 00:40+1.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: ‘Qatar Airways has seen unprecedented growth in recent times and continues to launch new destinations on our global route map, enhancing connectivity for our passengers from around the world. The launch of flights to Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is an exciting addition to our network and I am confident that business and leisure passengers will benefit from our Boeing 787 Dreamliner service and smooth onward connections through our home and hub, Hamad International Airport.’

Dublin Airport Managing Director Mr. Vincent Harrison said, ‘We look forward to welcoming the new daily Doha service from June and to working closely with Qatar Airways to promote the route. This service will bring extra choice and convenience for passengers and will also add Dublin and Ireland to Qatar’s growing global network.’

Qatar Airways’ new direct non-stop flight to the Irish capital will be operated on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Business class is configured in a 1-2-1 layout with 22 seats, while economy has 232 seats in a 3-3-3 layout. All seats feature individual television screens and on board WIFI, with business class seats reclining into a fully flat bed.

Passengers flying from Dublin can have a quick transfer at Hamad International Airport to travel to more than 150 destinations on Qatar Airways’ global network. Qatar Airways has opened 13 new destinations in 2016 so far. The new cities added this year are Atlanta, Boston and Los Angeles in the United States; Birmingham, U.K.; Helsinki, Finland; Pisa, Italy; Marrakech, Morocco; Ras Al Khaimah, UAE; Windhoek, Namibia; Sydney and Adelaide in Australia; Krabi in Thailand a return to the Seychelles on December 12.