Qatar Airways will allow passengers to benefit from improved onward connectivity by adjusting timings on flights to Doha from Bahrain.
The change will allow passengers travelling from Bahrain to connect more easily to flights throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, south Asia, the far east and North America from the airline’s Doha hub.
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways’ chief executive, said that the airline is "100 percent committed" to offering its customers "the very best levels of service".
"Our enhanced flight schedules enable travellers from Bahrain to spend even less time transiting through Doha to make the journey quicker, convenient and even more enjoyable," he commented.
Qatar Airways is due to launch new flights to Goa, Amritsar, Sydney, and Melbourne form Doha during the next ten months, while two further European cities, yet to be announced, will also be served by the carrier.
The airline’s fleet, which consists of 68 aircraft, is due to increase to over 110 by 2013 as the airline begins flights to a total of more than 120 destinations.
Earlier this month, the airline won the Best Economy Class airline award during a Business Traveller Middle East magazine ceremony.