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July 02, 2014

Qatar Airways :Direct Flight Bali Doha

 Qatar Airways announces Direct flight to Bali - Doha
Qatar Airways announces direct flight service to Bali
Qatar Airways has announced that it will begin operating direct flights from Doha to Bali this summer.
The new route, opening on July 21, will be initially serviced by an Airbus A330 but will be replaced with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in October.
“The start of non-stop services from Doha to Bali offers travelers from around the world access to the popular leisure destination in a reduced time, from across our expanding global network. We are delighted to confirm that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will operate on this route from later this year,” said Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways.
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Travel Daily Media: Qatar Airways to fly direct to Bali

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 Qatar Airways has announced that it will begin operating direct flights from Doha to Bali on July 21st. 2014
  The new route, opening on July 21, will be initially serviced by an Airbus A330 but will be replaced with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in October.


While Bali has long been a popular destination for travellers of Qatar Airways, who could previously fly to Bali Denpasar via a touchdown in Singapore, the expanding global reach of the airline and significant growth in size of its ever-increasing fleet, has enabled the airline to offer this new non-stop direct daily service.
With smooth and frequent connection times in Doha, the new non-stop 10-hour route is sure to benefit passengers flying on the Qatar Airways global network. Another exciting development will take place in October this year when the route will be operated with Qatar Airways’ state of the art Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft. Initially the Bali route will be operated with an Airbus A330.
One of the world’s newest aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will enable passengers to enjoy Qatar Airways’ renowned five-star service, while experiencing the very latest in international air travel design and comfort.
“The start of non-stop services from Doha to Bali offers travelers from around the world access to the popular leisure destination in a reduced time, from across our expanding global network. We are delighted to confirm that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will operate on this route from later this year,” said Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways.
Source:
Travel Daily Media: Qatar Airways to fly direct to Bali
http://www.traveldailymedia.com/206252/qatar-airways-to-fly-direct-to-bali/
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Qatar Airways has announced that it will begin operating direct flights from Doha to Bali this summer.
The new route, opening on July 21, will be initially serviced by an Airbus A330 but will be replaced with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner in October.
“The start of non-stop services from Doha to Bali offers travelers from around the world access to the popular leisure destination in a reduced time, from across our expanding global network. We are delighted to confirm that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will operate on this route from later this year,” said Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways.
Source:
Travel Daily Media: Qatar Airways to fly direct to Bali
http://www.traveldailymedia.com/206252/qatar-airways-to-fly-direct-to-bali/
- See more at: http://beatmag.com/daily/qatar-airways-announces-direct-flight-service-to-bali/#sthash.xbAaYQKt.dpuf

Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Airways, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “The start of non-stop services from Doha to Bali offers travellers from around the world access to the popular leisure destination in a reduced time, from across our expanding global network.
“We are delighted to confirm that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will operate on this route from later this year, offering the very latest in design and comfort to passengers who wish to travel on this non-stop route from the Middle East.”

Flying direct to and from Bali, the Dreamliner will have a two-cabin configuration, comprising of 22 seats in Business Class and 232 Economy Class seats with a high standard of comfort on board, including individual 10.5 inch television screens on all Economy Cass seats and a full complimentary food and beverage service.
The route is sure to be popular for those travelling from Qatar Airways extensive route network in Europe, The Middle East and Asia, with connecting journey times to Bali reduced with one quick international transfer at Doha’s soon to be opened Hamad International Airport, one of the world’s newest and most comfortable airports.

Qatar Airways has seen rapid growth in just 17 years of operations, currently flying a modern fleet of 131 aircraft to 137 key business and leisure destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas.
Over the next few months, the network will grow further with Larnaca, Cyprus (April 29), Al Hofuf, Saudi Arabia (May 15), Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, Turkey (May 22, 2014), Edinburgh, Scotland (May 28, 2014), Miami, USA (June 10, 2014), Haneda, Japan (June 18, 2014) and Dallas/Fort Worth, USA (July 1, 2014).

Daily non-stop DOHA to/from BALI: (all times local)
QR 962 departs Doha (DOH) at 02:35; arrives Bali Denpesar (DPS) at 17:35
QR 963 departs Bali Denpesar (DPS) at 19:35; arrives Doha (DOH) at 23:59

 

The carrier added four extra flights connecting the two country’s capitals just last week, making it a total of seven new flights serving the route this year.
 The route, which the airline serves with a combination of Airbus A330 and Boeing 777 aircraft, offers 5,835 seats each way per week.

 Qatar is looking to make the most of the rising number of Indonesians travelling overseas, Chan explained, with many travelers hoping to fly to the Middle East for pilgrimage.
 “We have seen non-stop growth for the last two years. When I first arrived here three years ago, we only had one flight a day. Now we are going to see 21 a week by the end of this year,” Eu said.
 For Qatar Airways, he said, Indonesia was a very important market and was the carrier’s top priority after China.
 The carrier experienced up to 30 percent passenger growth for its Indonesian flights last year, this figure is expected to be retained this year amid a projected slowdown in the country’s tourism industry during an election year.

 “We have the corporate segment, we have government [officials] traveling, pilgrimages [to Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Jerusalem Israel]. A lot travel with us,” Eu said.
 “But haj and umrah [minor pilgrimage] are only one component. There is the leisure market [where] the travel ability of Indonesians has gone up quite a lot.”
 He said Qatar Airways was confident it could entice Indonesian travelers especially now that the airline had moved to its multi-billion airport, which is located about 16 kilometers from Qatar’s capital and connects flights to 140 key destinations.
 Moreover, Eu said, the airline opened about 10 to 12 new destinations every year, which would give travelers more options.

 Qatar Airways is also looking to establish a new daily flight to Bali starting on July 21. The flight will serve 1,820 seats one way per week.

 It will be the first Gulf carrier to fly directly from its country of origin to Bali.
 Eu said that Bali’s market was doing very well for the carrier, as more and more Europeans came to the island every year through Doha.

 Qatar’s flight to Bali is currently served through Singapore, where it faces stiff competition from other airlines transiting in the city state, as well as from local carrier Singapore Airlines, to connect the flight to the island of paradise, forcing it to go ahead with the long-haul trip.

 When asked about future plans to establish new routes to other Indonesian cities, Eu said the carrier eyed several cities — particularly Medan in North Sumatra and Surabaya in East Java — but the long administrative procedure and airport conditions were major obstacles, so it decided to focus on the Jakarta and Bali routes for the time being.

 “We are actually interested in some cities, but sometimes it is hard to get the permits,” he said, adding that the airline had to take turns with other carriers to negotiate with the Transportation Ministry to obtain the necessary permits.

 “Also, airports in Indonesia are very full. We can’t fly in anymore, especially in Surabaya it is very packed.”
 
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