Qatar Airways announced that it will increase frequency on its Doha-Dubai routes from October 26 with additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport (DXB) and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). This will take the frequency of its services to 14 flights per day to DXB and four flights per day to DWC, Gulf Times reported. Doha (DOH)-Dubai (DXB) has the highest frequency on Qatar Airways’ route network. This Gulf route is currently served by the airline 91 times a week, which will increase to 98 flights a week. DWC, which is currently served 21 times per week, will have its frequency increase to 28 flights per week from October 26. The additional daily flight to DXB will depart DOH at 10am and arrive in DXB at 12.10pm; the return flight will leave DXB at 1.30pm and arrive in DOH at 1.35pm. For DWC, the fourth daily flight will depart DOH at 1.30am, arriving in DWC at 3.40am, while the return flight will leave DWC at 6.25am and arrive in DOH at 6.30am.