Book flights from Doha to Peshawar with Qatar Airways
Flying from Doha
From the luxury departure lounge to the oasis-styled exterior complete with gently swaying palm trees, Doha’s brand new Hamad International Airport is the very epitome of modern elegance.
Hamad International Airport one of the few Middle Eastern hubs to connect with all six continents, putting it at the very heart of the international transport system.
Transportation and Parking
Short-term parking is available at two sides on either side of the terminal, with the Eastern car park more convenient for Qatar Airways passengers.
The bus pavilion is located to the right just outside the entrance to the passenger terminal, and provides regular services into the business and residential centres of Doha.
Chauffeur- driven limousines are available on request, and car rental facilities are also on offer.
Arriving at Hamad International Airport
If you are flying from Doha in First or Business Class with Qatar Airways, the most convenient access to the airport is through Entry Gate 1. Economy class passengers will find it easiest to enter the departure hall through Entry Gates 2 and 3.
Travel from Doha with Qatar Airways and enjoy our dedicated lounges, such as our Oryx Lounge, or Gold or Silver Lounges for frequent travelers. Our premium travelers lounge, Al Mourjan, includes its own duty-free shops, private rest areas and showers.
Facilities and amenities
Free Wireless internet access is freely available too throughout the passenger terminal, along many other facilities, such as prayer rooms, children’s play areas, and hotel desks.
The airport offers a wide selection of facilities, including exclusive retail outlets and an international menu of cuisine from Asian and Arabic through to Italian and American.
Useful Info About Doha
Currency: Qatari Riyal (QAR)
Voltage: 220-240 Volts
Plugs: type D and G
International dialing code: +974
More Information: Read our Doha Travel Guide
When you book flights from Doha to Peshawar with Qatar Airways you can expect a 5-star service, premium in-flight entertainment and cuisine, and an atmosphere of tranquil elegance, ensuring that when you arrive in this fascinating area of Pakistan you are relaxed and ready for business or adventure. We are proud to say that our long-haul service is an award-winning experience that delivers the best for our passengers whether they are travelling for business or pleasure.
Peshawar is a bustling vibrant town situated near to the Khyber Pass, which borders Afghanistan. As such, this frontier town draws much cultural and economic interest from both sides of the border. There’s plenty here for intrepid tourists, including the historic city centre and Peshawar Museum, as well as a vibrant local culture, traditional eateries and markets.
Doha to Peshawar route guide
• Flight distance: 1343 miles (2162 kilometres)
• Flight duration: 3 hours 20 minutes
Arriving in Peshawar
A prosperous and busy town near to the legendary Kyber Pass, Peshawar is one of the most northerly of Pakistan’s commercial centres.
Because of its location so close to the Afghan border, it has a distinctive culture and personality that is steeped in tradition.
Book a flight to Peshawar with Qatar Airways and you’ll discover a busy, vibrant and bustling city full of energy, with a remarkable mountain backdrop that gives it a distinctive feel.
Once the home of royalty, today Peshawar still embraces its past but is most definitely looking towards a more prosperous and culturally diverse future.
The old city centre is packed with landmarks, markets and mosques, including the Qissa Khwani Bazaar, Bazar-e-Kalan, the Clock Tower Square (a great geographical marker if you get lost in the winding alleys and streets), Chowk Yadgar, Tehsil Gorgathri, Mohabbat Khan Mosque, Sunehri Masjid (Sadar), Peshawar Museum, and the Khyber Bazaar.
The clock tower was presented by Queen Victoria during the British colonisation of Pakistan, and still stands today as a monument to that period. You can also still see a strong colonial influence in many of the older buildings.
One of the city’s most spectacular mosques is the 17th century Mahabat Khan Mosque, built by Governor of Peshawar in 1630 during the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.
Travelling back another thousand years brings visitors to the 7th century hill fort of Bala Hisar, which was believed to have been built originally as a royal residence.
The region is well known for its precious gems, and a trip to Shah Qabool Gems Street is the perfect opportunity to see and buy some of these stones as a memento of your trip to Peshawar.
Flights to Peshawar with Qatar Airways land at Peshawar International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Peshawar please check the visa and passport requirements.
Useful Info About Peshawar
Currency: Pakistani Rupee (PKR)
Voltage: 220 V 50 Hz
Plugs: Type C / D
Language: English / Urdu
International dialing code: +92
More Information: Read our Peshawar Travel Guide