Terms & Conditions - Qatar Transit Visa

 

  • Entry into Qatar will be at the discretion of the immigration authorities. Qatar Airways or Discover Qatar is not responsible for the decision taken by the immigration authorities. Qatar Airways and Discover Qatar offices only act as a processing agent for visa applications and therefore will not be liable for any expenses incurred should there be a delay in visa issuance or rejection from the Ministry of Interior, State of Qatar.
  • Passengers holding return tickets and originating their journey from the following countries (Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, South Sudan and Sudan) will be only eligible for one stopover on the outbound journey. Stopovers on one-way journeys originating from these countries are not permitted.
  • Passengers originating from any other country are eligible for stopovers on either inbound or outbound journeys. The transit visa can be availed in one direction only for the entire journey.
  • The pre-approved transit visa is a single-entry visa valid for a maximum period of 96 hours only.
  • Entry into Qatar with the approved visa must be within 30 days from the date of issuance. Extension of validity is not permitted, and in this case, a new visa application must be submitted.
  • This facility will not be applicable if Qatar is your final destination, for e.g. Manila-Doha; Doha-Manila.
  • All other expenses including accommodation costs in Qatar if any, must be borne by the passenger.
  • In case of visa rejection upon arrival into Qatar, we will endeavour to accommodate you on the first available flight to your onward journey or you may choose to return to your origin or any other destination at your own expense. The unused portion of the ticket can be refunded at the original issuing office.
  • Reservations and ticketing terms and conditions apply.
  • Nationals from over 95 countries* can now take advantage of visa free entry into Qatar, thanks to our new visa waiver upon arrival. If you are applying from one of these countries, a pre-approved transit visa is no longer needed. For more information, click here.