[Update 2] Qatar Airways W18 aircraft changes

EDIT: Additional changes filed as of 0755GMT, as the airline filed additional changes on Monday.

Qatar Airways on Monday (19MAR18) filed various changes to its winter 2018/19 season, effective from 28OCT18. Planned changes as follows.

Doha – Belgrade eff 28OCT18 A321 continues operating 1 daily, replacing previously filed A320
Doha – Brussels eff 28OCT18 777-300ER continues operating 1 daily, replacing previously filed A350-900XWB
Doha – Bucharest eff 28OCT18 A321 continues to operate 2 daily, replacing previously filed A320
Doha – Cape Town 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 787-8 replaces 777-300ER, 1 daily
Doha – Casablanca eff 28OCT18 A350-900XWB replaces 787-8, 2 weekly
Doha – Casablanca – Marrakech – Doha eff 29OCT18 A350-900XWB replaces 787-8, 5 weekly
Doha – Copenhagen eff 28OCT18 777-300ER replaces previously filed 787-8, 2 daily
Doha – Denpasar 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 QR960/961 777-300ER replaces 787-8, 1 daily
Doha – Hong Kong eff 28OCT18 777-300ER continues to operate 2 daily, replacing previously filed 787-8
Doha – Krabi eff 30OCT18 787-8 replaces previously filed A330-200, 4 weekly
Doha – Milan Malpensa eff 28OCT18 QR127/128 777-300ER continues to operate 1 daily, replacing previously filed A330-300
Doha – Oslo eff 28OCT18 A350-900XWB replaces 787-8, 1 daily (Reflected in last week’s schedule update)
Doha – Penang eff 28OCT18 Operational aircraft currently displaying A330-200/-300, replacing previously filed 787-8


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