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Qatar Airways Touches Down on Santorini Island, Greece

Photo source: Qatar Airways

Photo source: Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways on Tuesday launched its new service to the popular Greek island of Santorini.

The first flight from Doha to Santorini was operated by an A320 aircraft featuring 12 seats in Business Class and 132 seats in Economy Class and was welcomed by senior executives from Fraport Greece at the island’s international airport.

“We feel honored that Qatar Airways’ has included Santorini in its network and expanding its presence at the Fraport Greece-operated airports,” Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell said.

The airline will fly three times a week (every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday) from Doha to the famous Greek island.

“Greece offers to the world some truly iconic holiday destinations and Qatar Airways now makes Santorini accessible from numerous new markets via its Doha hub,” Zinell said

Photo source: Qatar Airways

Photo source: Qatar Airways

With the three weekly flights to Santorini, passengers can now enjoy seamless connectivity to over 150 destinations across the airline’s extensive global network via Hamad International Airport, connecting with popular destinations across the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

“The Greek Isles are a leading tourist destination and an important market for Qatar Airways. There is high interest from across our network for flights to Santorini, specifically in the leisure segment,” Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker said.

“We are committed to offering our passengers as many seamless one-stop connection choices as possible. I am sure visitors from the Middle East, Asia, Australia and the Americas will be pleased to have Santorini served by our airline,” he added.

Photo source: Qatar Airways

Photo source: Qatar Airways

Santorini joins Athens and Mykonos to become the third Greek gateway to be served by the national carrier of the State of Qatar.

Seasonal flights to Mykonos resumed on June 3, with four weekly flights, and flights to Athens have increased to a double daily service, offering greater choice for business and leisure passengers alike.

Qatar Airways continues to apply its flexible booking policy that offers unlimited changes to travel dates and destinations, and fee-free refunds for all tickets issued for travel completed by 30 September 2022.

Passengers flying to and from Santorini will also benefit from Qatar Airways’ generous baggage allowances which provides for up to 35kg in Economy class and 40kg with an additional two pieces of hand luggage in Business Class.

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