Agreement to Expand Flights from Qatar to Japan: More Flights to Narita Now Possible

Qatar Airways (Airbus A350-1000)

The aviation authorities of Japan and Qatar have agreed to expand the framework for operating flights between the two countries.

For passenger flights, in addition to the originally approved airports of Tokyo/Haneda, Tokyo/Narita, Nagoya/Chubu, and Osaka/Kansai, it will now be possible to operate flights to other airports within Japan. Additionally, a framework for increasing the number of flights to Narita Airport has been established.

For cargo flights, along with the already approved Kansai International Airport, it will now be possible to operate flights to other airports outside the capital region, and starting from the summer schedule of 2025, it will be possible to operate flights to Narita Airport as well.

The discussions took place on April 17th, with representatives such as Yasushi Takahashi, Director of the International Aviation Division from Japan, and Acting Director of Civil Aviation Muhammad Saleh Al-Hajri from Qatar in attendance.

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