Qatar Airways launching 5 flights a week to Nice
Nice is a hub for more than 400 leading multi-national companies and the non-stop service will connect both business and leisure travelers to the airline’s extensive network. Nice Known for its pristine beaches and timeless beauty of the French Riviera.
Our new service to Nice takes off this week . Nice residents will get to experience Qatar Airways’ renowned on-board service and will be able to enjoy the airline’s relaunched superior Oryx One entertainment system offering up to 3,000 entertainment option
The airline also made its presence in Nepal .The celebration of the launch of new flights to nice was celebrated by the French Embassy,Qatar Embassy and Qatar Airways Nepal .The event witnessed the presence of The Qatar Ambassador His excellency Mr .Yosuf Bin Mohammed Al-Hail, The French Ambassador his excellency Mr.Yves Carmona and Country Manager-Qatar Airways Jayprakash Nair . His excellency Mr.Yves Carmonacelebrated this new achievement and said they look forward to welcome Qatar Airways to Nice. Mr.Nairmentioned as ‘‘this is a fantastic addition to our selection of destinations, and it is a great opportunity to boost French tourism.”
The launch of the new route to Nice will connect Nice , giving passengers easier access to the Middle East, Asia and Australia, with seamless connections to Sydney, Hong Kong, Melbourne and many more attractive destinations.
Following the Nice launch, Qatar Airways will be adding flights to many more exciting destinations to its network in 2017 and 2018, including Abidjan, Ivory Coast; Accra, Ghana; Canberra, Australia; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Chittagong, Bangladesh; Mombasa, Kenya; and Utapao, Thailand.
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