Qatar Airways Cargo resumes services in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE from Feb 21

Qatar Airways Cargo Thursday said it would recommence operating services to and from Egypt, UAE and Saudi Arabia from Feb. 21.
“Effective 21 February 2021, Qatar Airways Cargo will recommence cargo sales and bookings in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the Arab Republic of Egypt,” airline said in a statement.
“The resumption of passenger flights to these three countries is great news, allowing us to re-establish trade and support our customers. Along with the flights, we will also be offering trucking services to and from other offline points within these countries,” Guillaume Halleux, Qatar Airways Chief Officer Cargo added in a statement.
The airline also appointed General Sales Agents for the three countries.
The resumption comes on the heels on Al Ula agreement in January – cementing reconciliation between Qatar on one side and Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain on the other.
The Saudi-led group severed ties with Qatar in June 2017 over claims that the tiny Gulf country supports terrorism.

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