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The World’s Best Airline’s Group Chief Executive, H E Akbar Al Baker, announced new destinations, flight resumes, and frequency increases during a press conference held on the first day of the exhibition. As a result, Qatar Airways attracted significant attention on the opening day of ITB Berlin 2023, the world’s largest international travel and tourism trade show.

In order to continue fostering racial harmony and advancing the State of Qatar’s tourism industry, Qatar Airways highlighted the success of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 by announcing its new sports sponsorship portfolio as well as a plethora of other projects and partnerships planned for the year 2023. H E Sheikh Abdulla bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Thani, the State of Qatar’s ambassador to Germany, also attended the press conference.

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Al Baker made a total of seven new destinations public during the press conference, including Chittagong, Juba, Kinshasa, Lyon, Medan, Toulouse, and Trabzon. Beijing, Birmingham, Buenos Aires, Casablanca, Davao, Marrakesh, Nice, Osaka, Phnom Penh, Ras Al Khaimah, and Tokyo Haneda are among the 11 destinations that Qatar Airways is resuming service to. Additionally, frequency increases to numerous destinations were planned for 2023.

Akbar Al Baker, Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Airways Group, stated: “Qatar Airways is committed to enhancing the global community it serves. As the best airline in the world, we are eager to provide more means of fostering global connectivity and eradicating disparities in the travel sector. We look forward to cooperating with you as we grow our fleet, network, partnerships, and global presence in order to bring about sustainable growth and an exciting future for the industry.

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“We continue to be excited about the future we have here in Qatar, where we have a number of projects planned for 2023 and beyond, including the Formula 1 partnership and many more. Long after the historic FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Qatar will remain a center of connectivity and a top tourist destination.

In addition to showcasing a variety of travel exhibitors from over 180 countries and five continents, the premier travel trade show, ITB Berlin, which is a major communication and marketing annual event, also provides information on new tourism-related goods, services, and facilities to over 160,000 visitors.

From March 7 to 9, Qatar Airways invites all visitors to ITB Berlin to stop by its exhibition pavilion Hall 2.2, stand 208, 208A. The three-day event features a thrilling Formula 1 sports car simulator experience at the Qatar Airways booth, showcasing the airline’s most recent sponsorship announcement. Claudio Pizarro, a former player for FC Bayern Munich, is also making a special appearance at the stand.

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