Qatar is Five Star at MTTF

5th Sep 2005

Award-winning Qatar Airways, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, is showcasing its Five Star hospitality at one of the region’s leading travel exhibitions, Mediterranean Travel Trade Fair (MTTF) in Egypt. Being held in the Egyptian capital Cairo, the trade show targets travel professionals from around the Middle East and rest of the world.

The three-day event, being held at the Cairo Convention and Exhibition Centre from 6-8 September, will feature a dedicated Qatar Airways stand manned by sales and marketing staff.

An information welcome desk will be the focal point for Qatar Airways cabin crew to welcome visitors to the stand. Qatar Airways is exhibiting at the event for the second year running.

MTTF is an opportunity for buyers and sellers to network, build new contacts and renew existing ones, as well as negotiate new contracts for 2006.

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said MTTF was an important show which will give the airline yet another opportunity to promote its award-winning service to the travel trade.


“We exhibited at MTTF for the first time last year and were extremely pleased with the quality of visitors who passed by our stand,” he said.

“The travel industry is, and remains, our most loyal partner where we rely on the full support of travel agents and tour operators to spread the services of our airline.”

Added Al Baker: “Qatar Airways is growing at a phenomenal pace, opening up new routes and adding many new aircraft every year.

“By attending this exhibition, it gives us an opportunity to build and strengthen our relationships with existing trade partners and develop business with new ones.”

Qatar Airways currently operates scheduled flights from its operational hub of Doha, capital of the State of Qatar, to 66 destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Indian subcontinent and the Far East. The Kenyan capital Nairobi will be added to Qatar Airways’ route network on November 15, followed by Berlin as the airline’s third German destination on December 15.

The airline’s daily flights from Cairo to Doha offer convenient connections to many of Qatar Airways’ global destinations.


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