January 30, 2023

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Flyboy operates 30 daily flights to Doha during the World Cup

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Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, has confirmed that Emirates Airlines “Fly Dubai” will arrange 30 daily flights (60 rounds) between Dubai and Doha during the FIFA World Cup in Qatar from November 21 to December 18, 2022.

This happened during a joint press conference of Gulf airlines “Fly Dubai, Qatar Airways, Saudi Arabia, Oman Air and Kuwait Airways” in Doha yesterday.

Ghaith Al Ghaith said flydubai carries more than 2,000 fans daily from Dubai to Qatar via Al Maktoum Airport.

He said the company would allocate 6 aircraft to operate 30 aircraft in the direction of Doha (60 rounds), currently the number of flights is estimated at only 4 per day.

Commenting on the choice of Al Maktoum Airport to take football fans to the World Cup venue in Qatar, Al-Qaeda said: “We chose the airport strategically because it is located close to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and other airports. Other Emirates of the country. Must pass smoothly with the match ticket and fan card.

Al-Qaeda has said that the arrival of fans to Qatar will be at the airport for the World Cup, not at the main airport, to avoid overcrowding.

Ticket bookings will open on flydubai within a few days and by the end of this month, making it convenient for fans who have purchased competition tickets to complete their travel procedures.


Keith Al Qaeda confirmed that the company’s management has reviewed the ticket prices and that they will be affordable and have flight schedules that match match dates. .

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Al-Qaeda praised the efforts of the Gulf airlines to sign a cooperation agreement to serve visitors to the Arab Gulf region and to attend the world’s largest football event in Doha next November and December.

Saudi Airlines, for its part, has announced that it will be allocating 30 flights (60 rounds) between Doha, Jeddah and Riyadh during the World Cup matches during the World Cup, while the number of flights will be reduced in the remaining days. Days.

In turn, Oman Air announced that it would arrange 24 flights (48 round trip accounts) between Muscat and Doha for the Oman and Arab people to attend the World Cup. Qatar Airways has announced that it will increase the number of flights from Doha to Gulf, Arab and international capitals to serve the public and increase the number of flights required in an effort to make the World Cup football event a success.

It is free to take fans by bus and metro from the airport to the stadiums and into Doha.