Qatar Airways W17 service changes as of 13SEP17

Qatar Airways yesterday (13SEP17) filed changes to its winter 2017/18 season on selected routes, effective from 29OCT17. Planned changes as follow.

Doha – Algiers eff 29OCT17 A330-200 (-300 on selected dates) continues 1 daily service, replacing A340-600
Doha – Ahmedabad A320 replaces A321 during following period: 08DEC17 – 11JAN18, 01FEB18 – 15FEB18
Doha – Atlanta eff 29OCT17 777-300ER operates daily for entire winter season, replacing -200LR
Doha – Berlin Tegel eff 01NOV17 777-300ER service, introduced from 01SEP17, is maintained on/after this date. 1 daily
Doha – Boston 01NOV17 – 30NOV17  787-8 service, replacing A350, to be introduced from 01OCT17, is maintained during this period, 1 daily
Doha – Brussels eff 29OCT17 Previously scheduled 787-8 service to be replaced by:
QR193/194 A350-900XWB (4 weekly)
QR195/196 777-300ER (4 weekly)

Doha – Dallas/Ft. Worth 01NOV17 – 30NOV17 A350 service, replacing 777-300ER, to be introduced from 01OCT17, is maintained during this period, 1 daily
Doha – Frankfurt 08DEC17 – 15FEB18 QR069/070 777-300ER replaces A350 on selected dates
Doha – Geneva A350 continues operation on/after 29OCT17 (Selected dates operated by 787-8)
Doha – London Heathrow 29OCT17 – 15DEC17 QR001/002 777-300ER service is being extended until 15DEC17, replacing A350
Doha – Madrid eff 16FEB18 QR149/150 A350-900XWB replaces 777-300ER
Doha – Mahe Island (Seychelles) eff 29OCT17 A319LR continues 1 daily service, replacing previously scheduled A320
Doha – Male eff 09DEC17 QR672/673 A350-900XWB replaces A330-200/-300
Doha – Miami 29OCT17 – 07DEC17 A350 service, introduced from 01SEP17, is being extended until 07DEC17, replacing 777-300ER
Doha – Moscow Domodedovo eff 29OCT17 QR233/234 continues to be operated by A321, replacing A320
Doha – Nice eff 29OCT17 Airbus A319LR replaces 787-8, 5 weekly

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