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Qatar Airways Continues to Perform for 2020, Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

Qatar Airways has repatriated over 2.8 million people globally and will continue to do so throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, while rebuilding its network to over 100 destinations.

Qatar Airways has repatriated over 2.8 million people globally and will continue to do so throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, while rebuilding its network to over 100 destinations.

Kuala Lumpur, 16 december 2020 – As one of the very few airlines that has remained in operation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Airways continues to perform for 2020 as it rebuilds its global network. With a mission to maintain connectivity worldwide to bring people home safely, the airline has proven to be the reliable airline customers can trust and rely on.

Since the onset of COVID-19 in February, Qatar Airways have taken over 2.8 million passengers home safely, carrying over 74,000 passengers to and from Malaysia. Below are Qatar Airways’ key milestone achievements during this pandemic period:

As the aviation leader pushing for the recovery of the travel industry, Qatar Airways currently operates to over 100 destinations. In addition to resuming routes paused during the pandemic, the airline also added newly-launched destinations such as Brisbane, Toronto, Cebu, Accra and San Francisco, further expanding its network in aid of global travel recovery.  

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“Qatar Airways is proud to be one of the key airlines responsible for global repatriation during the COVID-19 pandemic, providing important connectivity worldwide to bring people home safely,” said Dato’ Muzammil Mohamed, Qatar Airways Regional Manager for Asean. “Having operated throughout the pandemic also makes Qatar Airways experienced in implementing the best onboard hygiene measures in the industry, making us a very safe and reliable airline to fly with. Qatar Airways has been steadfast in rebuilding our network, and we remain positive in the recovery of the travel industry.”

Furthermore, Qatar Airways has also taken stringent hygiene measures onboard aircraft and at Hamad International Airport (HIA) to safeguard both passengers’ and crew’s safety and well-being, which remains as the airline’s top priority. Among safety and hygiene practices adopted by the airline include:

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