Qatar Airways is pleased to inform that, as of January 3, 2023, it will operate three flights per week to Taif. Saudi Arabia is the sixth country that the airline serves.
Passengers travelling to and from Taif will be able to take use of the airline’s vast international network, which connects to destinations in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas via Hamad International Airport, the best airport in the world.
Flight QR1206, operated by Qatar Airways, will leave Hamad International Airport at 07:40 and land at Taif International Airport at 10:10. At 11:10 a.m., Qatar Airways flight QR1207 will leave Taif International Airport and land at Hamad International Airport. Currently, Qatar Airways runs two flights per day from Riyadh, four flights per day from Jeddah, two flights per day from Medina, five flights per day from Dammam, and one flight per day from Qassim.
Recently, Qatar Airways announced that Privilege Club had chosen Avios as its official reward currency, creating a wealth of additional travel choices for members throughout the airline’s vast network. This agreement provides a range of advantages, including more guaranteed award seats and affordable flight costs on Qatar Airways, as well as the chance to fly with the best airline in the world and visit Hamad International Airport, the best airport in the world (HIA).
Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 150 destinations worldwide, connecting through its Doha hub, Hamad International Airport, voted by Skytrax as the ‘World’s Best Airport’.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (all times local)
Doha (DOH) to Taif (TIF) QR1206 departs: 07:40 arrives: 10:10
Taif (TIF) to Doha (DOH) QR1207 departs: 11:10 arrives: 13:20