Qatar Airways schedules Dubrovnik service

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Qatar Airways has put on sale its new seasonal service between Doha and Dubrovnik, which it announced last month. As reported, the airline will operate up to five weekly services between the two cities. The route will launch on May 18, a month later than planned, and initially run three times per week. Flights will increase to five weekly from June 15 until October 3, before returning to three weekly until the end of the season on October 23. Further flight details can be found here.

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  1. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  2. Nice! That is 3 daily to Croatia then.

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  3. Season in DBV starts earlier than May, wonder why they decided for May 18th to start flights.

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    1. because they have to fill their flights :D 4 months before flights commence sales start.

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  4. Trying to dummy book to see the prices but can't see direct flight to Doha yet in Qatar app, just connecting via ZAG, ATH, VIE...
    Sonebody was more successful?

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    1. Who do they codeshare with on this flights?

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    2. These are not codeshares. They are interline agreements which is why they are displayed through QR's website.

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    3. They are member of One World Alliance. They have strongest code share with Cathay Pacific. But on specific routes. I don't know if DOH-DBV will be added in code share agreement.

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  5. You've just got to love QR, I swear. They've connected every village in Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia to the world. It's like they're doing charity. Losing close to a billion every ear, while they're giving us the world's best service on the world's newest airframes, all while we pay the cheapest tickets imaginable.

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