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Qatar Airways upgrades CEBU route to Airbus A330

Award-winning Qatar Airways has upgraded its Doha – Cebu route with the new state-of-the-art Airbus A330-200 aircraft…

Award-winning Qatar Airways has upgraded its Doha – Cebu route with the new state-of-the-art Airbus A330-200 aircraft offering the latest in inflight comfort and amenities.

The A330 is the backbone of Qatar Airways` long-haul fleet to destinations as far as Europe, South Africa and the Far East with aircraft equipped with either two-class or three-class cabins.

The bigger capacity aircraft being used to the southern Philippine city of Cebu operates three-times-a-week via Singapore. The widebody A330-200 flies in a two-class configuration of up to 247 seats in Economy and 24 in Business. Until now, the service was operated with the smaller Airbus A300.

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said the revised Cebu operation reinforced the airline`s commitment to operate routes with increased capacity and provide passengers with greater comfort.

Cebu has been a highly successful route for us and it provides excellent connections for passengers travelling on our network to Europe and rest of the Middle East via our Doha hub, he said.

Additional capacity into Cebu is part of Qatar Airways` ongoing strategy to develop Asia into a key component of the airline`s global operations.

He added: I am sure passengers flying on our state-of-the-art A330s will have an experience of a lifetime, travelling in a modern aircraft with all the latest inflight amenities and excellent standards of inflight service that we are renowned for around the world.

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