Published on: 17 December 2019

Up to fourteen flights a week will operate between Edinburgh and Doha as Qatar Airways increases frequency at Scotland’s busiest airport.

The airline will move to a double-daily service between July and October, flying on an A350.

Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport said:

“A doubly daily service shows the strength of this route and we welcome the decision from Qatar Airways to increase the frequency of their flights between Edinburgh and Doha and show that commitment to Scotland’s busiest airport.”

Qatar Airways Country Manager UK & Ireland, Gary Kershaw, said:

“Our increased frequency to double-daily flights from Edinburgh underlines our commitment to Scotland and we are delighted to offer our passengers greater opportunities to fly to Doha as well as connecting them with more than 160 destinations worldwide.”


Double daily flights will depart Edinburgh at 0840 and 1540, arriving into Doha at 1740 and 0040 respectively.

Flights will depart Doha at 0150 and 0745 and arrive into Edinburgh at 0720 and 1315 respectively.


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