Qatar Airways is the national carrier of the state of Qatar, and is based in Doha, Qatar. It was launched in 1997 and is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Worldwide, Qatar Airways has 146 destinations covering Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, the Indian Ocean, Asia Pacific and the Americas. The company believes that, in the modern era of aircraft travel being commonplace, the only way to stand out is to offer excellence at all levels, including online booking and information. Its aim is to be identified as the world's five-star airline.
Experience the service and comfort that makes an airline the best in the world when you journey with Qatar Airways, Skytrax Airline of the Year 2015. Flying from all across Europe to over 150 destinations worldwide, via Doha’s brand new state-of-the-art airport, Hamad International Airport. You can now experience the best for less.
Prices above are per person for a return flight in economy class incl. taxes and service fees. Subject to availability.
On Qatar Airlines, economy-class passengers are still treated to a first-class service, as this is where the airline seeks to identify its brand. The Qatar cabin crew has been voted ‘Best in the Middle East’ for seven consecutive years. The new fleet creates a good amount of space for all passengers and you are provided with pillows, blankets, hot towels and toiletry pouches. The airline’s Oryx system, with its touch-screen menu and huge choice of entertainment through several media, comes as standard. All seats have a laptop power outlet and USB and SMS connectivity, with Wi-Fi available only on the B787. As with all long-haul carriers, a lot of attention is paid to food and snacks and the airline offers a ‘five-star’ menu with most special dietary requirement catered for. Children are looked after with cartoon character creative and educational kits, healthy menu lunchboxes and dedicated TV channels.
First-class passengers on Qatar flights can look forward to five-star service and touches of luxury, such as celebrity chef cuisine, Christian Dior airline kits and designer sleep suits. The first class cabins have plenty of storage space, flat beds on some aircraft with fresh linen and a duvet for a good night’s sleep. If you're working, there is a laptop power socket, a USB outlet and on-air mobile phone service. For dining, the celebrity chef menu, presented with top-quality table linen and modern cutlery, is supplemented by an on-demand menu service for sweet or savoury snacks at any time. Fresh fruit juices, mocktails and tea and coffee are served to accompany meals and at any other time too. Alcoholic drinks are freely available. Entertainment services include movies, TV, audio and games. First-class facilities at Hamad International Airport include quiet rooms with loungers and showers for freshening up between flights.
Skytrax has named Qatar Airlines as Business Class Airline of the Year for the second year running in 2014. On a flight with Qatar Airways, business class passengers are given a service that focuses on comfortable and convenient work spaces as well as the type of space and relaxation that means you arrive fresh and ready to go. You can work with the help of a large work surface, USB connection and laptop power outlet as well as an on-air mobile service and on-board Wi-Fi on B787s. You can relax on an ottoman bed in privacy, or wind down with your selection from the huge choice of entertainment offered on the Qatar Airways Oryx entertainment system. The same celebrity chef menu is on offer as in first class, served with the same top-quality table linen and cutlery. There is of course a wide range of drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and refreshments.