Ten airlines to shift to Qatar's new airport
- Qatar: Monday, March 18 - 2013 at 09:35
Qatar's new Hamad International Airport (HIA) has revealed that ten airlines will soon begin operations at the airport. From April 1, the following airlines will no longer have a presence at Doha International Airport and will operate exclusively from HIA: Air Arabia, Flydubai, Air India Express, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Iran Air, Nepal Airlines, Pakistan International Airline, RAK Airways, Syrian Air and Yemen Airways. Qatar Airways' flights will not be affected. The national airline will move its operations from the current Doha International Airport (DIA) to Hamad International Airport (HIA) by the end of the year.
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