Qatar Airways announced a raft of forthcoming global destinations for the airline in line with its expedited expansion plans. Some of the exciting new destinations include London Gatwick, United Kingdom; Cardiff, United Kingdom; Mombasa, Kenya; Davao, Philippines; Langkawi, Malaysia; Da Nang, Vietnam.
Qsuite, a patented Qatar Airways product, is already fast collecting awards for offering the industry’s first-ever double bed in Business Class.
Qatar Airways is proud to announce double daily flights from Gatwick Airport commencing 22 May 2018. The route will be served by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The aircraft features 22 seats in Business class in a 1-2-1 configuration and 232 in Economy.
The launch of double-daily services to Gatwick will provide more flexibility and convenience to its passengers travelling to London, and offer up connections for those flying from the UK - with access to its global route network spanning more than 150 destinations.
Qatar Airways started direct daily flights to Cardiff commencing on 1st May 2018, making the award-winning airline the first Gulf carrier to service Wales and Southwest England.
The new service between Doha and Cardiff is being served by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, with 22 seats in Business Class, offering passengers direct aisle access with its 1-2-1 configuration, and 232 seats in Economy Class.
Qatar Airways proudly launched its new Business Class seat, Qsuite to outstanding global acclaim, bringing a First Class experience to the Business Class cabin. The first aircraft fully-fitted with Qsuite was launched on the Doha-London Heathrow route during the summer on Flight no: QR 1/2, QR 5/6, QR 7/8, QR 15/16.
Movable panels will allow you to transform your space into a social area, allowing you to work, dine or socialise at 40,000 feet. And when you wish to relax or sleep, we transform your space back into your own private room for the ultimate in privacy and comfort. It’s Business Class like never before.
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