Qatar Airways will increase the frequency of flights on the Doha - Nairobi, Kenya route
From 1 September to 2013, Qatar Airways will increase the frequency of flights on the Doha - Nairobi, Kenya route from 14 to weekly flights to 18. The flights are operated by Airbus A320 aircraft following the following program:
Doha - Nairobi: from 1 to September 2013
QR532 Doha 08: 40 - 13: 35 Nairobi - daily
QR534 Doha 02: 20 - 07: 35 Nairobi - Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays
QR526 Doha 19: 30 - 00: 45 Nairobi - daily
Nairobi - Doha from 1 September to 2013
QR533 Nairobi 16: 55 - 22: 05 Doha - daily
QR535 Nairobi 13: 00 - 18: 10 Doha - tuesday, friday, saturday, sunday
QR527 Nairobi 01: 45 - 06: 45 Doha - daily
Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The name Nairobi comes from Ewaso Nyirobi from maasai, which means "cool water". Nairobi is also known as "The Green City in the Sun". The city is located on the Nairobi River at an altitude of 1661 meters above sea level.
Nairobi is the most populous city in East Africa, with an urban population estimated at about 4 million inhabitants. According to the 1999 census, in the administrative area of Nairobi, 2.143.254 residents were living on an area of 684 square km.
Kenya, like many other African states, is enjoying an accelerated growth of the economy. More and more companies want to invest in these countries, with a great potential for development.
But Nairobi is also one of the main tourist destinations in East Africa. 7 km south of downtown Nairobi is Nairobi National Park - one of the main rhino sanctuaries. Also in the area are two majestic landmarks - Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro. Let's not forget the fauna and flora in the area, the savanna.
Kenya hopes to reach 3 millions of tourists by 2017 again Qatar Airways contributes strongly to reaching this target. Visitors from Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and Asia-Pacific will benefit from a more flexible and more flexible flight schedule to Kenya.