QA to increase weekly flights to South Africa as demand soars Sep 23, 2019 0 1157 12345 Satyendra Pathak Doha Qatar Airways (QA) is all set to increase the number of weekly flights to two popular destinations in South Africa by the end of October, a senior official of the airline has said. Addressing a travel workshop organised by QA and South African Tourism Board in cooperation with the South African Embassy in Doha recently, Qatar Airways Vice-President of Sales Martha Paulos said the number of weekly flights to Johannesburg and Cape Town will be increased as the number of travellers on these two routes has soared in the recent past.The number of weekly flights to Johannesburg will be increased from the current 19 to 21 by the end of October, she said, while the number of weekly flights to Cape Town will go up to 10 from the current seven a week. RELATED ARTICLES QDB launches its ‘Entrepreneurship Leave Program’ for govt employees Sep 23, 2019 0 1205 Amir visits Kuwaiti Amir in New York Sep 23, 2019 0 1002 Hassad Food to manage three Central Markets Sep 23, 2019 0 1841 30% increase in tourist arrivals fromQatar to South Africa: Ambassador The total number of tourists from Qatar to different destinations in South Africa increased by almost 30 percent in the first quarter of 2019, South Africa Ambassador to Qatar HE Faizel Moosa has said. “We have witnessed a .. QC seeks to study food prices in restaurants Several policies, proposals and draft regulations concerning the food, restaurant and catering sectors in Qatar were discussed at a meeting involving Qatar Chamber (QC) officials and industry representatives in .. Riyadh hosts headquarters of piracy channel ‘beoutQ’: Jazeera probe Tribune News Network Doha An investigation by ‘What is hidden is greatest’ programme on Al Jazeera channel revealed on Sunday that the headquarters of the “beoutQ” piracy channel is located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The ..