The Doha-based airline currently operates from 13 Indian cities with over 100 weekly flights.

Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker said that the carrier is in talks with Indian authorities to get it's 'futuristic deals' through in order to expand of operations.

He said the premier Gulf airline was also looking at outsourcing some maintenance work to Indian Maintenance, repair and operations (MROs).

Al Baker was here on the occasion of the airlines' maiden A-350 flight between Doha and New York, which landed here yesterday.

"We have added 75 destinations since we stopped our operations from Nagpur sometime back," he said.

Qatar Airways currently offers flights from over a dozen cities in India via its hub in Doha to Barcelona, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, London, Miami, New York, Paris, Philadelphia, Rome, Washington DC And more.

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