FIFA World Cup 2022: Fly In To Qatar From These Cities On Shuttle Flights

by Ishita Agarwal
FIFA World Cup 2022: Fly In To Qatar From These Cities On Shuttle Flights

Five airlines stated earlier this year that they will provide FIFA World Cup shuttle flights to Doha, enabling fans to see games and then return to their home nation inside the GCC in less than 24 hours. Since then, several additional airlines have joined the plan, making it possible for thousands of fans to live in and move between places like Dubai, Riyadh, and Muscat. Have you been curious as to the availability and price of these Qatar 2022 shuttle flights? Quit worrying; we’ve got you covered. 

Which Airlines Are Offering FIFA World Cup Shuttle Services 

The following air carriers have confirmed they will provide World Cup shuttle service: 

  • Air Arabia
  • flydubai
  • Jazeera Airways
  • Kuwait Airlines
  • Oman Air
  • Qatar Airways
  • Saudia

What Is The Cost Of Shuttle services? 

Prices start at US$258 in the economy and US$998 in business classes. 



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At What Time Should You Book FIFA World Cup Shuttle Services? 

To make it to your match on time, airlines advise arriving in Doha at least four hours before kickoff and leaving at least four hours after the game has completed. 

Can I carry checked luggage on shuttle flights for the World Cup?

No, the cost of the shuttle flights operated by Qatar in 2022 only includes hand baggage. The weight limit varies depending on the airline; for instance, flydubai allows up to 7kg in economy and 14kg in business class, whereas Air Arabia only permits 10kg. Before your trip, always verify with the airline. 

To reserve World Cup shuttle flights, what do I need?

Only ticket holders will be permitted on shuttle flights, so if you’ve already bought yours, that’s excellent! However, while FIFA has said they would release that information on last-minute purchases in September, ticket sales are now closed.

All supporters must have a Hayya Card to enter stadiums, regardless of whether they are locals, citizens, or guests. In addition, day visitors who go to Qatar for sporting events beginning on August 15 may also apply for a Hayya Card.



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