Qatar Airways plans to operate the Airbus A350 XWB on its Doha-Singapore service, replacing Boeing 787 aircraft that were introduced on the route less than a year ago. The carrier will also upgrade from two to three flights a day using the new aircraft. “We will increase the frequency of the Doha-Singapore leg to three a day from June, and we also plan to phase out our 787s as new A350s arrive from Airbus,” Qatar country manager for Singapore Joan Wang told ATW. Qatar, the launch ...

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