Qatar Airways has announced that it will resume services to Taif, Saudi Arabia, starting January 3, 2023, with three weekly flights. This is the airline’s sixth destination in Saudi Arabia.
The resumption of services will enable passengers flying from and to Taif to benefit from the airline’s extensive international network to across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas via the World’s Best Airport, Hamad International Airport (HIA).
Qatar Airways flight QR1206 will depart from HIA at 7.40am, arriving at Taif International Airport at 10.10am. Qatar Airways flight QR1207 will leave Taif International Airport at 11.10am and reach HIA at 1.2 0pm.
Qatar Airways is currently operating two daily flights from Riyadh, four daily flights from Jeddah, two daily flights from Madina, five daily flights from Dammam, and a daily flight from Qassim. Qatar Airways recently announced that Privilege Club has officially adopted Avios as its reward currency, opening up a world of new opportunities for members travelling across the airline’s extensive network. This partnership offers a combination of benefits, including a wide range of greater guaranteed award seats and competitive prices on Qatar Airways flights, in addition to experiencing the World’s Best Airline and enjoying the World’s Best Airport, HIA. Hamad International Airport, ranked ‘Best Airport in the World’ for the second year in a row by the Skytrax World Airport Awards 2022, is preparing to welcome 58mn passengers annually. A stunning expansion was recently unveiled featuring a 10,000sqm, lush, tropical indoor garden named The Orchard. Drenched in natural light and featuring sustainably sourced plants and shrubs, it offers a show-stopping, luxury shopping experience to passengers with many first-of-a-kind retail outlets.
Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 150 destinations worldwide, connecting through its Doha hub, HIA.
Source: Civil Aviation Authority – Qatar