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Doha – Djibouti now on Qatar Airways gives new opportunities for Djibouti tourism

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Qatar Airways has continued its expansion in Africa with the launch of services to its latest destination, Djibouti, which began this week.

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Qatar Airways has continued its expansion in Africa with the launch of services to its latest destination, Djibouti, which began this week.

The five-star airline commenced the three-times-weekly flights from Doha’s Hamad International Airport to Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport, marking the airline’s 145th global destination.

From left, Djibouti’s Ambassador to Qatar, His Excellency Moamin Hassan Berri; Qatar Airways Vice President Africa, Jared Lee; Qatar’s Ambassador to Djibouti, His Excellency Jassim Jaber Jassim Sorour; Djibouti’s Minister of Transport and Equipment, His Excellency Moussa Ahmad Hassan and RAF Foundation’s Marketing and Media Director, Mr. Ibrahim Ali Abdullah during the plaque reveal ceremony for the new Al Amal School in Djibouti.

From left, Djibouti’s Ambassador to Qatar, His Excellency Moamin Hassan Berri; Qatar Airways Vice President Africa, Jared Lee; Qatar’s Ambassador to Djibouti, His Excellency Jassim Jaber Jassim Sorour; Djibouti’s Minister of Transport and Equipment, His Excellency Moussa Ahmad Hassan and RAF Foundation’s Marketing and Media Director, Mr. Ibrahim Ali Abdullah during the plaque reveal ceremony for the new Al Amal School in Djibouti.

Djibouti’s Minister of Transport and Equipment, His Excellency Moussa Ahmad Hassan, second from left, presents Qatar Airways Vice President Africa Jared Lee with a gift during a corporate lunch commemorating the launch of the airline’s direct flights to Djibouti in Africa.

Djibouti’s Minister of Transport and Equipment, His Excellency Moussa Ahmad Hassan, second from left, presents Qatar Airways Vice President Africa Jared Lee with a gift during a corporate lunch commemorating the launch of the airline’s direct flights to Djibouti in Africa.

Addressing Ministers, Ambassadors, Government officials and travel trade partners during the inaugural event in Djibouti, Qatar Airways Vice President Africa Jared Lee, said: “Qatar Airways is proud to be the first five-star airline connecting Djibouti to popular business and leisure destinations across the Middle East, Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas.

“Djibouti presents a great opportunity as the country has huge appeal for many with its wealth of natural resources and tourist attractions.
“Qatar Airways is delighted to give business travellers and tourists who wish to visit Djibouti, and also the people of Djibouti, an additional route to and from this destination.”

Tourist attractions in Djibouti include scuba diving, snorkeling and picturesque beaches.

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