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Qatar Airways announces A350-900 Toronto flights

Qatar Airways has announced it would launch 3x weekly Airbus A350-900 flights to Toronto on July 4th. The A350s will offer 36 seats in Business Class and 247 seats in Economy.

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With the addition of scheduled flights to Toronto, Qatar Airways will operate 7 weekly passenger flights to Canada: 3x weekly to Toronto (Airbus A350-900), 4x weekly flights to Montreal (Airbus A350-900 and Boeing 777). Operating schedule:

QR767 Doha – Toronto 08:30 – 15:00 / Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
QR768 Toronto – Doha 20:50 – 16:15+1 / Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “In these difficult times,  customers are looking for an airline they can rely on and trust. Our unrivalled experience in taking people home safely and reliably continues to provide the assurance people need.  We have built a strong level of confidence with passengers, governments, trade partners, and airports as a trusted partner during this crisis and we intend to continue delivering on this mission.

“We have worked closely with the Government of Canada and its embassies around the world during this crisis to bring home safely over 16,000 Canadians through our scheduled flights to Montreal and special charter flights to Toronto and Vancouver. Qatar Airways has never stopped operating to Canada throughout this crisis and we are pleased to be able to further strengthen our support to the people of Canada with the addition of these three weekly scheduled flights to Toronto”, added Al Baker.

By maintaining a network that never fell below 30 destinations during this crisis, and the provision of over 300 charter flights globally, Qatar Airways has helped repatriate close to two million during this crisis. The national carrier of the State of Qatar has received widespread praise and thanks from passengers and governments, including Canadian embassies worldwide, as the airline that can be relied on to take people home.