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Where Does Qatar Airways Fly In The United States?

Last updated: April 07,2022
Originally Published: April 01,2022
by Jestan Mendame

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Qatar Airways is one of the world’s leading airlines with a large fleet of more than 200 planes. This Doha-based carrier is strategically located in the middle east making it the perfect connection point among the Southeast Asian, Central Asian, Oceania, European, African, and North American continents.

Qatar Airways is basically the gateway/stopover point between the east and the west, plying to more than 150 destinations worldwide. However, this guide will focus on US destinations and we’ll be tackling an important question: where does Qatar Airways fly in the United States?


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There are currently 12 routes between the US and Doha.
(Image courtesy of Envato Elements).

Qatar Routes To The US

Qatar Airways currently operates to and from 12 US routes. Here’s a quick breakdown of each route’s flight number, flight schedule, aircraft type, and classes offered.

Atlanta (ATL) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 756 plies the Atlanta – Doha route four times a week. The aircraft used on this route is the A350-900 and it offers both business and economy fares.

Boston (BOS) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 744 plies the Boston – Doha route on a daily basis. The aircraft used on this route is also the A350-900 and it offers both business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight from Logan International Airport to Doha Airport with an estimated duration of 11 hours and 40 minutes.

Chicago (ORD) – Doha (DOH)

There are two flights that ply the Chicago – Doha route: QR 724 and QR 726. Both flights are non-stop flights that take about 13 hours and 45 minutes long.

Flight QR 724 flies 5x a week on the 777-200LR aircraft while flight QR 726 flies daily on the 777-300ER aircraft. Both business and economy fares are offered on both aircraft.

Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) – Doha (DOH)

The DFW – DOH route also has two flights: QR 730 and QR 732. There are daily schedules for both flights and the duration takes about 14 hours and 10 minutes long.

Flight QR 730 flies on the A350-1000 while flight QR 732 flies on the 777-200LR aircraft. Both flights also offer business and economy fares.

Houston (IAH) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 714 plies the Houston (IAH) – Doha (DOH) route on a daily basis. The flight is on the A350-1000 and it offers both business and economy class fares. It’s a non-stop flight that takes about 16 hours and 15 minutes.

Los Angeles (LAX) – Doha (DOH)

There are two flights between Los Angeles (LAX) and Doha (DOH) route: Flight QR 740 on a daily schedule and QR 742 on a 3x weekly schedule (will change to daily after 5/31/22). Both flights are on the A350-1000 aircraft and offer business and economy fares. The non-stop flight between LA to Doha takes about 16 hours and 25 minutes.

Miami (MIA) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 778 flies daily between Miami and Doha. It also flies on the A350-1000 aircraft and offers both business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight which takes about 13 hours 40 minutes.

New York (JFK) – Doha (DOH)

There are three flights between New York and Doha: Flights QR 702 (daily), QR 704 (daily), and QR 706 (4x a week). All three flights use the A350-1000 aircraft and offer business and economy fares. A non-stop flight between New York and Doha takes about 12 hours 15 minutes.

Philadelphia (PHL) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 728 flies daily between Philadelphia (PHL) and Doha (DOH). It flies on the A350-900 aircraft and offers both business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight which takes about 14 hours 5 minutes.

San Francisco (SFO) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 738 flies daily between San Francisco (SFO) and Doha (DOH). It flies on the A350-1000 aircraft and offers both business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight that takes about 20 hours.

Seattle (SEA) – Doha (DOH)

Flight QR 720 flies daily between Seattle (SEA) and Doha (DOH). It flies on the 777-200LR aircraft and offers both business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight that takes about 22 hours.

Washington, D.C. (IAD) – Doha (DOH)

There are two flights between Washington DC (IAD) and Doha (DOH): Flights QR 708 (daily) and QR 710 (3x a week, then daily starting 6/1/22). Flight QR 708 operates on the 777-300ER aircraft while QR 710 operates on the 777-200LR aircraft. Both flights offer business and economy fares. It’s a non-stop flight that lasts about 12 hours and 30 minutes.


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Which US Routes Have Qatar Qsuites?

Qatar Airways has planned to install Qsuites in all of its US routes following the revamp of its business class fares last year. As of this writing, there are four aircraft that have the Qatar Qsuites installed, and here are them below along with their flight routes.

A350-900 Qsuite

  • Atlanta – Doha
  • Boston – Doha
  • Philadelphia – Doha

A350-1000 Qsuite

  • Dallas-Fort Worth – Doha on flight QR 730
  • Houston – Doha
  • Los Angeles – Doha
  • Miami – Doha
  • New York – Doha
  • San Francisco – Doha

777-300ER Qsuite

  • Chicago – Doha on flight QR 726
  • Washington, D.C. – Doha on flight QR 708

777-200LR Qsuite

  • Chicago – Doha on flight QR 724
  • Dallas-Fort Worth – Doha  on flight QR 732
  • Seattle – Doha
  • Washington, D.C. – Doha on flight QR 710

Booking Qatar Airways Flights Through Partner Airlines

You can use your miles from another loyalty program to book flights on Qatar Airways as long as the program is part of the OneWorld alliance. Here’s a complete list of OneWorld alliance airlines:

  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Finnair
  • Iberia
  • Japan Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Qantas
  • Qatar
  • Royal Air Maroc
  • Royal Jordanian
  • S7 airlines
  • Sri Lankan Airlines
  • Fiji Airways

Take note that you’re not transferring miles amongst the Airlines to book a flight but you’re actually booking a flight with a different airline currency. For example, if you have 105,000 British Airways miles (Avios), you can directly book a one-way Qatar airlines flight from Doha to New York.

Using Amex Points To Book Qatar Flights

American Express isn’t a direct transfer partner of Qatar Airways so you can’t convert your Membership Rewards points to Qmiles. However, Amex allows you to transfer your points to British Airways to convert them into Avios, then book Qatar flights using your Avios.

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Bottomline

It’s nice to see Qatar Airways expanding its fleet and routes, eventually giving more flyers a wider selection of destinations to visit. Hopefully, all aircraft will have the Qsuite in the next few years so regardless of where you travel, you’ll still fly in comfort and style.

  • Earn 60,000 Bonus Points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
  • $50 Annual Ultimate Rewards hotel credit
  • 5x points on travel purchased through Chase Ultimate Rewards
  • 3x points on dining, online grocery purchases, and select streaming services
  • 2x points on other travel purchases

 

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