Qatar Airways is one of the leading Airlines in world. It was founded in year 1993 but flight operation started in 1993. In 1997 it was re launched and its 50% ownership was passed to private investor and rest to government. In year 2011 and 2012 it was awarded as airline of the year by Skytrax. The prestigious award continuously shows the quality services offered by this airline to passengers.
It offers services to all over the world. Every year it is expanding the route network to full fill the need of passengers. In a short time of period it has made a remarkable progress. It covers 120 destinations worldwide. The main important destinations are South America, Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific, North America and Middle East. 99 flights are operated by it to 55 destinations. Qatar Airways is now increasing its fleet’s size to give relaxation to passengers. The present fleet size is 93 and it will be double in future. Most of the fleets consist of the Airbus variation but the latest of Boeing version too finding a place in it to serve the passengers the best of their ability.
Qatar Airways Top Routes
Air travel with this Airways is a very beautiful experience. It has a number of flights in its schedule. A large number of flights give you the flexibility to choose from. You can purchase air tickets to any destinations worldwide from any place by going online. Online booking facility provided by this airline is so simple. It can be done in some simple steps. It has main hub in Doha and from Doha it offers flights at low air fare to regions like Middle-East, Asia and Africa on regular basis. Regular flights are offered to Iraq and Myanmar. It offers services for Mombasa, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and Kigali. Australian continents and Various European destinations like London, Tbilisi, Zagreb and Milan are also covered by it.
Class of Service
Qatar Airways provides two or three classes of service on its flights, depending on the aircraft configuration andthe route.
Passengers traveling in First Class can check-in at the Premium Terminal in Doha. At the Premium Terminal, First Class passengers are pampered with personal, chauffeur-driven transportation to and from the aircraft, a personal bellman to take care of luggage, a choice of dining establishments, spa access, privacy rooms and a business center. First Class passengers departing from other airports enjoy lounge access both pre-departure as well as upon arrival in Doha. Onboard, passengers receive welcome drinks or traditional Arabic coffee and dates and enjoy amenity kits featuring Prada products, entertainment systems with audio and video on demand and fully lie-flat seats.
Passengers traveling in Business Class can also check-in at the Premium Terminal in Doha. At the Premium Terminal, Business Class passengers are pampered with personal, chauffeur-driven transportation to and from the aircraft, a personal bell-host to take care of your luggage, a choice of dining establishments, access to the Spa, privacy roomsand a business center. Business Class passengers departing from other airports enjoy lounge access both pre-departure as well as upon arrival in Doha. Onboard, Business Class passengers enjoy amenity kits, entertainment systems with audio and video on demand and either fully lie-flat or angled lie-flat seats on long haul aircraft.
Economy Class passengers enjoy complimentary meal and beverage service and entertainment systems with audio and video on demand on long-haul aircraft.
Food and Drink
Complimentary meal and beverage service is provided to all passengers on all flights. First Class and Business Class passengers enjoy individual service and dining at their convenience. Special meals are available by ordering 72 hours before departure.
Entertainment systems with audio and video on demand are available on Qatar Airways’s fleet.
All First Class and Business Class seats on Qatar Airways’s A330s, A340s and B777s have AC power outlets. AC power outlets are available in Economy Class on select A330-200s, although passengers may have to share the outlets with the passengers sitting next to them.
On Air service, which allows passengers to text message and browse the internet from their phones or laptops during flight, is being rolled out on Qatar Airways’ A320 aircraft.