Emirates to boost Middle East services

DOHA is set to become Emirates Airline’s best served destination, as part of a plan to augment the number of flights to the Middle East.
From December, the Qatari capital’s daily services will go from six to seven, making it the airline’s highest frequency destination – overtaking Bangkok, Singapore and London Heathrow, says a company statement.  
Bahrain, Muscat and Kuwait will also receive an additional daily flight bringing the number of services across the region to 28.
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