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A new codeshare partnership has been announced between Deutsche Bahn (DB) and Qatar Airways, which will offer passengers travelling with the airline seamless connections to and from eight key destinations in Germany through the utilisation of DB’s rail network.
Member of the Management Board for Passenger Transport of DB, Berthold Huber, said: “We are very pleased to further intensify our successful and long-standing Rail&Fly cooperation with Qatar Airways through our new codeshare agreement. The Qatar Airways and Deutsche Bahn codeshare offers our joint customers a seamless, easy and flexible journey to and from different German cities.“
As one of the largest railway operators in Europe, the codeshare partnership with DB will provide Qatar Airways passengers with connections to Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Hannover, Leipzig, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Munich, and Hamburg via the airline’s Frankfurt gateway in Germany.
His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, said: “This codeshare agreement between Qatar Airways and Deutsche Bahn further strengthens the ties between Germany and Qatar. We have witnessed significant growing demand between Germany to Qatar and beyond. Our new codeshare destinations not only meet that demand, but provide a service for our valued passengers in Doha, and from dozens of destinations globally to new, exciting places to explore in Germany.”
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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