Qatar Airways resumes flights to Davao


Qatar Airways resumed services to Davao City on April 1, 2023 with one weekly flight. This is the airline’s fourth destination in the Philippines.

The award-winning airline will also be increasing its flights to Manila, bringing the total to 18 weekly flights to meet the growing inbound and outbound travel demand.

Qatar Airways currently operates 28 weekly flights to Manila, Cebu and Clark. The addition of Davao and the additional flights to Manila will increase the number of Qatar Airways’ weekly flights to the Philippines to 30 weekly flights.

The expansion of flights from the Philippines will provide an increased convenience and greater connectivity for travellers, offering them more options for travel to over 150 destinations across Qatar Airways’ global network, including London and Paris.

Flight Schedule:

DAVAO – DOHA (1 weekly flight, starting 1 April 2023)

QR 936 DVO – DOH Departure at 20:40, Arrival at 02:05+1


QR 936 DOH – DVO Departure at 01:45, Arrival at 19:10 (via Cebu)

MANILA – DOHA (18 weekly flights, starting 23 April 2023)

QR 929 MNL – DOH Departure at 23:50, Arrival at 04:30 (Daily)

QR 935 MNL – DOH Departure at 09:55, Arrival at 14:35 (Mon, Tue, Thurs, Sat)

QR 933 MNL – DOH Departure at 18:35, Arrival at 23:15 (Daily)


QR 932 DOH – MNL Departure at 02:00, Arrival at 16:30 (Daily)

QR 928 DOH – MNL Departure at 07:50, Arrival at 22:20 (Daily)

QR 934 DOH – MNL Departure at 17:55, Arrival at 08:25 (Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun)

“We are thrilled to expand our presence in the Philippines with the resumption of services to Davao and the additional flight to Manila,” said Qatar Airways Regional Manager ASEAN, Dato Muzammil Bin Mohamad. “This is a significant step towards our continued commitment to serve the Philippines and we are very proud to be serving our passengers with safety and great connectivity. We look forward to welcoming even more travellers on board our flights.”

Passengers flying from and to Davao and Manila will enjoy a seamless connectivity to over 150 destinations within the airline’s extensive global network in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the America’s via Hamad International Airport.