It seems that Qatar Airways is pushing out the boat in terms of capacity, where it’ll be operating up to three of its four daily flights between Doha and Bangkok from the 25th October 2015.
QR832/QR837 will operate five times a week (Wednesday through Sunday) with an Airbus A380, whilst on Monday and Tuesday it will operate with a Boeing 777-300ER.
Currently, Qatar Airways operate 7 flights a week, which is due to be doubled from the 16th September.
The combined timetable looks like this:
Doha Hamad International Airport to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi QR834 DEPART DOH 01:25 ARRIVE BKK 11:35 Boeing 777-300ER QR836 DEPART DOH 01:55 ARRIVE BKK 12:10 Airbus A380 QR832 DEPART DOH 08:30 ARRIVE BKK 18:40 Mon/Tue B777-300ER, Wed-Sun A380 QR830 DEPART DOH 21:00 ARRIVE BKK 07:10+1 Airbus A380 Bangkok Suvarnabhumi to Doha Hamad International Airport QR837 DEPART BKK 01:40 ARRIVE DOH 04:40 Tues/Weds B777-300ER, Thur-Mon A380 QR831 DEPART BKK 08:35 ARRIVE DOH 11:50 Airbus A380 QR835 DEPART BKK 19:55 ARRIVE DOH 23:10 Boeing 777-300ER QR833 DEPART BKK 20:45 ARRIVE DOH 23:55 Airbus A380 Commences from Doha 25th October 2015 Equipment as listed. Subject to variation Data: Airlineroute
Considering that a Qatar Airways A380 has 517 seats aboard, there will be a lot of capacity going between Doha and Bangkok.
Qatar Airways operate their A380s with a three class product (First, Business and Economy Class), so there should be some room for everybody on this expansion – as well as some reward tickets I hope.
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