Al-Ghaith reveals the allocation of 6 aircraft of the 737 Max model, and confirms:

30 flights for "flydubai" to Doha daily during the World Cup .. and the prices are encouraging

  • Part of the press conference on the flight program for World Cup fans.

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  • Ghaith Al Ghaith: “The door for reservations for flights that coincide with the World Cup will be opened before the end of May.”


The CEO of flydubai, Ghaith Al Ghaith, said that the airline will operate 60 flights daily, 24 hours, in both directions between Dubai and Doha, with an average of 30 flights in one direction, in conjunction with the FIFA World Cup matches scheduled to take place from November 21 until December 18 next.

Al-Ghaith added during a press conference in Doha yesterday, "The carrier will operate flights that coincide with the tournament from Al Maktoum International Airport using Boeing 737 Max aircraft, and reservations will be opened for flights that coincide with the World Cup before the end of May, Allocating six 737 Max aircraft for these flights,” stressing that “the prices of airline tickets will be encouraging.”

Al Ghaith said, “It is our pleasure to be part of this exceptional and unique partnership with Qatar Airways and the national airlines of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and this partnership will allow us to welcome more football fans and visitors from all over the world, to enjoy a rich experience of authentic hospitality. And the ancient culture that our Arab region enjoys.

After we recently hosted one of the most important global events in Dubai;

We are aware of the positive impact of similar events, not only on the travel and hospitality sectors, but also on the entire economic sector, and raise the general morale of the community.

We are honored to have the opportunity to contribute to playing an important role in supporting the 2022 World Cup, and to enable fans to participate in the fun of this amazing sport, through 30 daily shuttle flights between Dubai and Doha.”

During the conference, a flight program was announced for the one-day fans coming from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries from Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Kuwait and Muscat.

Yesterday, during the conference, Qatar Airways announced its cooperation with Fly Dubai, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air and Saudi Airlines to provide 24-hour flights for match ticket holders during the tournament. world Cup.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Carrying football fans and a shared passion for the sport is at the heart of this exceptional partnership with Gulf airlines.

We are also proud of this opportunity for us to unite football fans from all over the world, and host them in our country to enjoy an impressive version of this tournament, while introducing our culture and our hospitality, and the World Cup (Qatar 2022) will be the first World Cup tournament in the Middle East and the Arab world, the matter Which we consider a victory for the entire region, not just a victory for the State of Qatar.”

Al Baker added: “Thanks to this tournament, we will have the opportunity to enhance our business with many regional airlines in the region. This cooperation between Qatar Airways, flydubai, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air and Saudi Arabian Airlines will provide travelers with more flexibility to travel, This will bring the cultures of these countries together and give football fans the opportunity to explore more destinations in the Middle East.”

In turn, the Director-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, Engineer Yasser Al-Jammal, said: “The World Cup in Qatar is the championship of the entire region.

The announcement of the Match Day Shuttle service makes the attendance of thousands of fans from the Middle East and the Arab world for this tournament very easy.”

He added: “The Hayya Digital Fan Card will provide a seamless journey for football fans attending the tournament, with the opportunity to attend more than one match on the same day, and we look forward to welcoming fans from all over the region to express their passion for football and enjoy With our authentic Arabian hospitality, we also extend our sincere thanks to Qatar Airways and its partners for providing this distinguished project that contributes to hosting a wonderful and unforgettable World Cup.”

Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup in eight stadiums, and Al Bayt Stadium will host the opening match with a capacity of 60,000 seats, while the final is scheduled to be held at Lusail Stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000 seats, and the capacity of other stadiums that will host the tournament will reach 40,000 seats, including These include Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Education City Stadium, 974 Stadium, and Al Thumama Stadium.

Fans wishing to attend the World Cup can visit the website: ( to book match tickets, accommodation options, and obtain information about the Hayya card.

Yasser El-Gamal:

“We declared from the beginning that the World Cup in Qatar is the championship of the entire region.”

Akbar Al Baker:

“Thanks to the World Cup, we will have the opportunity to strengthen our business with many regional airlines.”

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