Qatar Airways introduced the stunning QSuites two year ago at the ITB Berlin. This year, Qatar Airways has unveiled a new Economy Class product, with a range of impressive features.
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Qatar Airways is planning to launch Staggered Seating in Economy Class on their brand new A321 jets which will start to join their fleet this year onwards. This could firmly put the question of who gets the Armrest to Rest!
Qatar has finalised a new agreement with the EU, which will give both sides unlimited access to each other in terms of aviation services. This couldn’t have come at a better time for Qatar.
Qatar Airways already has a stake in Air Italy (49%), IAG (20%), LATAM (10%) and Cathay Pacific (9.99%). They have now bought a 5% stake in China Southern Airlines.
Qatar Airways is upgrading the second Doha-New York JFK frequency to an A350-1000 from March 31. They will also upgrade Doha-Singapore frequency to 3x daily A350K. With this, all Qatar Airways flights to New York and Singapore will be operated by A350-1000.
Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker in a recent interview pointed out that a codeshare agreement with IndiGo and GoAir is in the making. It will be the first time Indian LCCs will be signing a codeshare agreement.
Get up to 5,000 bonus QMiles and a chance to become a Qatar Airways Privilege Club elite over fewer flights with Qatar Airways’ new signup promotion. If you’ve flown with them anytime after October 15, 2018. You may be eligible.
Planning a short trip to Qatar? This is your opportunity to stay at the swanky Ritz Carlton Doha for free when you fly Qatar Airways. Want more? Get up to 4X QMiles and discounts on other add-on travel services.
Flying to New York, Singapore or Tokyo on Qatar Airways this winter? You get to fly on the brand new A350-1000s. Read more to know which flights to catch.
Qatar Airways Privilege Club members, this is your chance to earn up to 5X QMiles on your next Qatar Airways flight! Check your emails to know whether or not if you are eligible for this promotion.
The Qatar Airways’ Indian Airline, a full-service carrier with a 100 jets in the fleet, does not seem to be taking off just yet. It seems the Indian version of the application differs in interpretation from the Qatari version, and hence Qatar Airways isn’t able to move forward with the plan just yet.