Airline offers fans a chance to win multiple all-inclusive trips to FIFA World Cup™, plus match only tickets. The Journey Tour will kick-off in London on 13 August before visiting 12 other European cities
Qatar Airways ramps up all-inclusive FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ travel packages. These include match tickets, flights and accommodation throughout the course of the tournament, allowing passionate football fans to book their seats and follow their favourite team during the first FIFA World Cup™ in the Middle East.
Before the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ kicks off in November an assortment of exceptional new tourism developments will open across the country. From a winter-sun wonderland to a water sports paradise, these developments each add something special to the peninsula’s eclectic mix of attractions and activities to suit every type of traveller.
With just months to go until kick-off in November, Qatar is putting the finishing touches to its refreshed tourism offering. Here Breaking Travel News takes a tour of what will be on offer to sports fans later this year.
FIFA confirmed the 16 host cities for the FIFA World Cup 2026. The 48-team tournament will be spread across Canada, Mexico and the United States with the host cities as follows: Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, New York/New Jersey, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey, Toronto and Vancouver.
Tawfeeq Travel Group has grown from humble beginnings into one of Qatar’s leading travel management companies. BTN speaks to CEO, Rehan Ali in the build up to Qatar hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022…
Qatar Airways has teamed up with flydubai, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air and Saudia to connect match ticket holders to Doha via Match Day Shuttle flights for 24-hour experiences during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour kicked off with a first-stop event in Dubai, where former FIFA World Cup winners Iker Casillas and Kaká came together to send the original FIFA World Cup Trophy on its journey around the world ahead of the tournament later this year.
In response to the unprecedented challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Qatar Tourism, in cooperation with its national aviation partner Qatar Airways, the Port Authority, Mwani, the Ministry of Public Health, has taken several measures to resume cruise tourism ahead of FIFA World Cup.