Qatar Airways has announced an increase in capacity on its Doha-Bahrain route with the addition of five flights a week, beginning June 1.
Qatar Airways has unveiled its next generation inflight entertainment system onboard its newly-delivered Boeing 777 aircraft offering every passenger more than 700 entertainment options.
Qatar Airways, which is preparing to launch flights to the United States later this month, is taking the flying experience to new heights with its innovative service across the premium cabins of its Airbus A330 long-haul fleet of aircraft.
Five airlines, including Emirates Airlines, Qatar Airways, Gulf Air and Etihad have topped a recent comprehensive survey of the top 40 brands in the Middle East.
Breaking Travel News caught up with the chairman of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker to ask him about the airline’s meteoric rise in the industry.
Qatar Airways stole the show at ITB in Berlin when the airline unveiled its first-class cabins for the new Airbus A340-600s.
Mr.Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways chose the 2004 ITB Berlin travel exhibition to announce news of the continued success and growth of his company. The confidence he has in his product is quickly apparent. “We are a young airline who have taken the world by storm in the last seven years, to become one of the best if not the best airline in the world”, he commented. It is hard to argue with a company that has simply gone from strength to strength during a period where many others have suffered.