Qatar Airways announces Poland and Serbia routes

Carrier to add points in Belgrade and Warsaw following Chicago launch

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Qatar Airways said it will expand its European network with the addition of destinations in Serbia and Poland this year.

In a statement released today, the Doha-based carrier said it will launch a three times-a-week service to the Serb capital Belgrade from 20 November.

On 5 December, the airline will begin a four times-a-week service to Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

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Both routes will be operated a two-class configuration Airbus A320.

“Over the past two to three years we have identified great opportunities to probe markets across Europe that are largely underserved by full service international airlines,” CEO Akbar Al Baker said in a statement.

Earlier this week the carrier, whose entire flight network spans 188 destinations, said it would begin daily flights to Chicago from 10 April next year.

Over the next few months, Qatar Airways will launch services to Yangon, Myanmar (3 October) and Maputo, Mozambique (31 October).

Since the beginning of 2012 the airline has launched flights to Baku, Azerbaijan; Tbilisi, Georgia; Kigali, Rwanda; Zagreb, Croatia; Erbil and Baghdad, Iraq; Perth, Australia; and Kilamanjaro, Tanzania.

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