Middle Eastern Carriers Increase Presence At Copenhagen

The Danish capital of Copenhagen is set to receive more flights from Middle Eastern carriers. Qatar Airways is raising flight frequencies to a daily service using widebody aircraft from Doha, while Star Alliance-member EgyptAir has announced it will launch 3 times weekly services from Cairo.


Qatar Airways To Fly Doha – Copenhagen Daily

Doha-based Qatar Airways has announced plans to increase frequencies and capacity for its flights to and from Copenhagen, launched in late-March 2010. The airline currently operates 4 times weekly flights using a 110-seat Airbus A319, which will be upgraded to daily services with the larger Airbus A330 jets. Flight schedules on the popular route, which provides a convenient 1-stop link between Scandinavia and Asia, are expected to be finalized by Qatar Airways soon.


Qatar Airways is shaping up to become a major player in Scandinavian aviation, where it currently flies to Stockholm in addition to Copenhagen. The state-owned carrier is also studying the feasibility of flying to Oslo in Norway.


For more information, visit www.qatarairways.com.


EgyptAir To Launch 3 Times Weekly Cairo – Copenhagen

From 1 October 2010, EgyptAir will begin services from its Cairo base to Copenhagen. Flight MS 759 will depart Cairo at 1000 hrs and arrive in Copenhagen at 1445 hrs, before returning as flight MS 760 at 1545 hrs to Cairo International Airport, where it lands at 2020 hrs. The airline will operate a 2-class Boeing 737-800 aircraft configured with 24 Business and 120 Economy Class seats.


The announcement opens up a direct link between Denmark and Egypt, from which Egyptair is promoting its Cairo hub as a gateway to Africa. The airline plans to increase traffic passing through the Egyptian capital and leverage its wide network in the continent, which features 16 destinations including Abuja, Accra, Addis Ababa, Algiers, Casablanca, Dar es Salaam, Entebbe, Khartoum, Lagos, Tripoli and Tunis.


For more information, visit www.egyptair.com.

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