Qatar Airways is planning to rebuild its network to 124 destinations this winter as more countries relax entry restrictions.
The Doha-based carrier said it had become the largest international carrier for the period between April and July, according to Iata data, as it repatriated more than 2.3 million passengers during the Covid-19 crisis.
Qatar Airways plans to continue restoring routes this winter at the same time as offering flexible booking options to passengers for all tickets issued before 31 December.
Group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “We are proud to be the global airline passengers trust to take them where they want to go safely and reliably.
“This trust begins by offering an honest schedule of flights that is realistic of the current market conditions and entry restrictions around the world.
“Also, we ensure when entry restrictions change forcing us to postpone or cancel flights, we support our passengers with the most flexible and generous options to reschedule their plans.”
Under current plans, Qatar Airways will serve 38 destinations in Europe as well as increasing frequencies to many airports, including Manchester from later this month.