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Qatar Airways has announced an increase in the number of flights to Delhi, Cochin and Amritsar.
From today, flights to Amritsar, in Northern India, will increase from four times a week to daily. The route was launched in October last year.
As of today, Qatar has also increased flights to the southern city of Cochin, previously served daily, with an extra four flights a week. From November 5, a further two will be added.
From October 31, Qatar Airways will double the number of flights between its Doha hub and Delhi, by adding an additional daily flight.
According to the airline, India is the single biggest market for Qatar Airways, by the number of destinations served - 11 in total.
Flights to India make up 10% of Qatar Airways' total international network.
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said: "Since last year and taking into account the new upcoming frequencies, we will have stepped up capacity to India from 56 to 88 services a week, which represents a remarkable 57% increase in frequency to and from India."
Qatar Airways has also announced plans to launch six new routes from Doha by January 2011: Phuket (October 12), Hanoi (November 1), Nice (November 24), Bucharest (January 17), Budapest (January 17) and Brussels (January 31).