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Qatar Airways plans to launch flights to Athens next year, the Greek capital becoming the 12th European destination in the Middle East carrier's rapidly-growing network.
Chief executive Akbar Al Baker revealed plans to serve the Greek city during a press conference at the World Travel Market in London today.
The route was one of five new services for next year cited by Al Baker. The others include the previously-announced launch of flights to Osaka in Japan and the start of Australian services through a Melbourne flight. It will also next year begin flights to the North African pair of Tunis and Algiers.
Athens will mark a further step in the carrier's rapid network expansion. This month sees the carrier launch services to China with a thrice-weekly flight to Shanghai and add a daily flight to London Gatwick. In December it begins flights to the Seychelles and, from early next year, it will also serve Yangon, Johannesburg and Cape Town.