Argentinian airlines will make six flights to Doha, in Qatar, during the World Cup Qatar 2022 which will begin on November 18, sources from the flag company reported on Tuesday.
At first there will be six flights, two for each group stage match, and more frequencies can be added based on demand, the sources said.
November 19, the first flight of Aerolineas Argentinas to the Qatar 2022 World Cup
The first flight will be on November 19 departing from Ezeiza International Airport at 3:25 p.m., arriving at 8:40 a.m. in Rome -where it will make a one-hour layover- and then continue to Doha where it plans to land at 5:05 p.m.
November 20, the first flight of Aerolineas Argentinas to the Qatar 2022 World Cup
The second flight will repeat the same schedule, the next day, while the rest will do the same on November 23, 24, 27 and 28.
Returns: between one and two days after each game
As long as the returns, also with a stopover in Rome, will leave one and two days after each match, with departure time from Doha at 12:00 and arrival in Buenos Aires at 3:45.
270 passengers per plane
The operation will be carried out with Airbus 330-200 aircraft with capacity for 270 passengers and in total it will be about 19 hours of flight to the final destination. Passengers will be able to choose to buy the tickets in a combined way for one, two or three games.
“This operation is a good opportunity to generate extra income and also It is very special because of the passion that football awakens in Argentines”, he pointed Pablo CerianiPresident of Aerolineas Argentinas.
As long as Fabian Lombard, commercial director of the airline, assured that “We are offering a good product and the fastest and most convenient way to get to Qatar. We are sure that the demand will accompany us”.
The sale: no confirmed date
In the next few days, tickets will be on sale directly through the website of Aerolineas Argentinas and travel agencies. From the company they confirmed that, if the Argentine National Team advances to the next phase, new flights will continue to be scheduled based on demand.