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Qatar Airways resumes Osaka service – Business Traveller

Qatar Airways has resumed its flights to Osaka Kansai International airport with a daily nonstop service.

The oneworld member carrier is operating one of its Airbus A350-900 aircraft to Osaka, equipped with 36 business class seats and 247 economy class seats.

Renowned for its dynamic blend of traditional Japanese heritage and contemporary flair, Osaka hopes to captivate visitors with its bustling streets, iconic landmarks and world-class cuisine.

As part of its codeshare partnership with oneworld partner Japan Airlines (JAL), Qatar Airways offers seamless domestic connectivity to 34 codeshare destinations in Japan.

JAL has placed its code on all Qatar Airways flights between Qatar and Japan, including Narita International airport, Haneda airport (officially Tokyo International airport), and now Kansai International airport, as well as 14 destinations in Qatar Airways global network from Doha.

JAL itself recently confirmed flights on its own metal between Tokyo and Doha, too.

Qatar Airways’ Osaka flights depart Doha at 0110, arriving at 1630 in Kansai. The returns leave Osaka at 1800 and arrive back in Qatar at 0005 the following early morning.

“As we continue to be at the forefront of global connectivity, Qatar Airways is delighted to once again serve the Kansai region of Japan with our new Osaka route.

This strategic expansion strengthens the award-winning airline’s commitment to the Japanese market, opening a gateway for travellers from Japan to the “Best Airport in the Middle East”, Hamad International Airport and our network of over 170 destinations across Africa, Europe, the Middle East and more,” said Qatar Airways chief commercial officer, Thierry Antinori.

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