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AIRLINE OF THE YEAR 2011, 2012 & 2015 (Skytrax Global Survey)

Qatar Airways is the national carrier of the State of Qatar.
Currently undergoing rapid expansion, Qatar Airways is one
of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest
fleets in the world.



Head Office:


Qatar Airways Tower
P.O. Box 22550
Doha, Qatar
Tel: (+ 974) 4449 6000: Fax: (+ 974) 4462 1533
Tel: (+974) 4449 6666; Fax: (+974) 4462 2486


Group Chief Executive:

His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker

Worldwide Network:

151 destinations

Expansion in 2016

Los Angeles, USA – (Daily from January 1)
Boston, USA – (Daily from March 16)
Atlanta, USA – (Daily from June 1)

Expansion in 2015

Amsterdam, The Netherlands – (Six times weekly from
June 16)
Durban, South Africa – (Four times weekly from Dec 17)
Zanzibar, Tanzania – (Five times weekly from July 1)
Sialkot, Pakistan – (Four times weekly from July 16)
Faisalabad, Pakistan – (Three times weekly from July 17)
Multan, Pakistan – (Three times weekly from August 2)
Abha, Saudi Arabia – (Four times weekly from Sep 2)
Ras Al Khaimah, UAE – (Daily from October 1)

Expansion in 2014

Sharjah, UAE
(March 1)
Dubai World Central, UAE
(March 1)
Philadelphia, USA
(April 2)
Larnaca, CYPRUS
(April 29)
(May 15)
Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, TURKEY (May 22)
Edinburgh, SCOTLAND
(May 28)
Miami, USA
(June 10)
Haneda, JAPAN
(June 18)
Dallas/Fort Worth, USA
(July 1)
Djibouti Airport, DJIBOUTI
(October 26)
(December 4)

Current Fleet
(Passenger and Cargo)
(162 aircraft)

28 Boeing 777-300ERs
9 Boeing 777-200LRs
22 Boeing 787 Dreamliners
8 Boeing 777F Cargo Freighters

Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport. Edinburgh. Milan. Cairo. Zagreb and Zurich. Alexandria. Sulaymaniyah. Ta’if. Muscat. Sharjah. Al Hofuf. Shiraz. Athens. Oslo. Brussels. Dubai. Middle-East & Africa: Abu Dhabi. Copenhagen. Moscow. Johannesburg. Maputo. Dar es Salaam. Larnaca. Barcelona. Istanbul Ataturk Airport. Tunis and Zanzibar. Frankfurt. Amman. Kilimanjaro. Dubai World Central. Tripoli. Beirut. Sanaa. Kuwait. Asmara. Khartoum. Algiers. Vienna. Erbil. Doha. Belgrade. London Heathrow. Manchester. Dammam. Addis Ababa. Luxor. Salalah. Entebbe. Rome. Medina. Munich. Jeddah. Sofia.4 Airbus A340-600s 37 Airbus A320s 16 Airbus A330-200s 13 Airbus A330-300s 6 Airbus A330 Cargo Freighters 2 Airbus Long Range A319LRs 8 Airbus A321-200s 5 Airbus A380 4 Airbus A350 Highlights of 2014 12 new destinations Became Global Launch Customer of the first Airbus A350 Acquired 4 Airbus A380s Named Business Class of the Year by Skytrax 2014 Highlights of 2013 12 new destinations Joined oneworld global alliance Named Business Class of the Year by Skytrax 2013 Highlights of 2012 12 new destinations Introduced Boeing 787 as the Middle East launch customer Named Airline of the Year by Skytrax 2011 & 2012 Corporate Jet Subsidiary Qatar Executive (8 aircraft) 3 Bombardier Challenger 605s 1 Bombardier Global Express XRS 4 Bombardier Global 5000s On order: 20 Gulfstream G500 and G600 aircraft Fleet on Order: 100 Boeing 777Xs 76 Airbus A350s 38 Boeing 787s (including options) 14 Boeing 777s (including freighters and options) 80 Airbus A320 Neos (including options) 9 Airbus A380-800s (10 firm and 3 options) 3 Airbus A320 10 Airbus A330 Freighters More than 330 aircraft on order books worth more than US$70 billion Europe: Ankara. Cape Town. Djibouti. Venice. Mashhad. Najaf. Kigali. Nairobi. Basra. Gassim. Bucharest. Lagos. Stockholm. Riyadh. Casablanca. Geneva. Paris. Madrid. Warsaw. Bahrain. Baghdad. Budapest. Baku. Tbilisi. Tehran. 2 . Berlin.

Philadelphia. Perth. Singapore. Chongqing. Atlanta. Phuket. Houston. In Economy Class. Chennai. Delhi. Islamabad. Bangkok Airways. First Class passengers benefit from 90-inch seat pitch. Mumbai. Haneda.6-inch entertainment screens and seats with a seven-inch recline. Ho Chi Minh City. Hangzhou. Dhaka. and Montreal. Kozhikode. Washington DC. Qatar Airways is the global launch customer of the A350 XWB which features a Business Class cabin having 36 3 . 180 degree flatbeds and 26-inch LCD TV screens while Business Class passengers experience 52-inch seat pitch. Shanghai. Business and Economy Class seating over two decks. Kuala Lumpur. Lahore. Kathmandu. Liege. Hyderabad. Miami. including those not served by scheduled passenger flights – Amsterdam. Sialkot and Zaragoza. A340s and A330-300s feature 15-inch seatback LCD TV screens in Business and First Class and the long-haul fleet has a unique Audio Video OnDemand entertainment system. US Airways. the Qatar Airways A380 is designed to offer the airline’s signature five-star service with outstanding in-flight entertainment and service on board. Middle East Airlines. Special Features: 180-degree horizontal flat beds in First Class beds on both Airbus A330s and A340s. Cargo Destinations: Over 40 dedicated freighter routes to destinations within Qatar Airways’ global operations. JetBlue. Hanoi. Manila. Peshawar. Amritsar. Jakarta.South Asia: Ahmedabad. Cochin. 180 degree flat-beds and 17-inch touchscreen monitors. Featuring a triclass configuration of First. Melbourne. Bengaluru (Bangalore). Clark International Airport. SNCF. Beijing. Karachi. while Economy Class has a seat pitch of up to 34 inches. Asiana Airlines. South America: Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires. Luxembourg. Japan Airlines. There are a total of 517 seats. Phnom Penh. New York. Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific. British Airways. Osaka. Sialkot and Trivandrum. Multan. The Boeing 777 fleet features 180-degree horizontal flat bed Business Class sleeper seats with a seat pitch of 78 inches. with 80-inch. Bangkok. Malaysia Airlines. the onboard experience is enhanced with 10. Tokyo and Yangon. All classes in these aircraft type have personal video screens. Codeshare Partners: American Airlines. Indian Ocean: Maldives Asia Pacific: Bali. Azerbaijan Airlines. Chengdu. Kolkata. Colombo. Guangzhou. Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes. Faisalabad. Goa. with eight in First Class. Dallas/Fort Worth. 48 in Business Class and 461 seats in Economy Class. Seoul. Hong Kong. Oman Air. North America: Chicago.

Cathay Pacific. Conrad Hotels and Resorts. The Economy Class features 247 18-inch wide seats in a 3-3-3 configuration. Radisson Blu Hotels and Resorts. Passengers flying on Qatar Airways flights served by its B787. Marriott Vacation Club. Marriott Executive Apartment. Sheraton. Le Meridien. Springhill Suites by Marriott. Hampton by Hilton. each with a 10. St. Swissôtel Hotel & Resorts. and more space at shoulder level for passengers in window seats due to the vertical side wall panel design. Wyndham Hotel Group & Wyndham Rewards Car Rentals: Sixt. Taj Hotels. JW Marriott. Aloft. American Airlines. Starwood Preferred Guest Program. Qantas Airlines. Residence Inn by Marriott. W Hotels. Middle East Airlines. Hertz and Budget Cobranded Bank Partners: Qatar National Bank. Hyatt Hotels Corporation. Golden Tulip Hotels. Langham Hospitality Group. Suites and Resorts. increasing the number of movies and TV shows on board from 950 to up to 2. Resorts and Places. Marriott Hotels and Resorts. Towneplace Suites by Marriott. Hilton Grand Vacations Company. Japan Airlines. car rental companies. Hilton Hotels and Resorts. Qatar Islamic Bank. A319 and select A330 aircraft can also stay in touch with their friends and family around the world by using the five-star airline’s on-board Wifi and GSM service. credit cards and other partners worldwide oneworld Airlines: airberlin. Millennium and Copthorne. Global Hotel Alliance. Doubletree by Hilton. A350. Autograph Collection.seats in a 1-2-1 configuration and featuring an 80-inch full flat bed and 17-inch HD in-flight entertainment screen. Hilton Honors. Virgin Atlantic and GOL Hotels: AC Hotels by Marriott. Iberia. Royal Jordanian. Worldhotels. Renaissance Hotels. Mövenpick Hotels and Resorts. Four Points by Sheraton. Courtyard By Marriott. SriLankan Airlines. Kerzner International. TAM Airlines and another 30 affiliate carriers Airlines: Asiana Airlines. British Airways. Embassy Suites Hotels by Hilton. Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts. Fairmont Hotels & Resort. Westin Hotels and Resorts. VOILÀ Hotel Rewards. Fairfield inn & Suites by Marriott. Qatar Airways recently launched Oryx One. Edition. Hilton Garden Inn. Burgan Bank 4 . Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts. Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. an enhanced interface for its inflight entertainment system. Malaysian Airlines. Raffles Hotels & Resorts. A380. Homewood Suits by Hilton. Finnair.Regis.000. LAN Airlines. Rocketmiles.6-inch in-flight entertainment screen. Rotana. Privilege Club: Qatar Airways’ Privilege Club loyalty programme has reciprocal agreements with international airlines and tie-ups with hotels. S7 Airlines.

Qatar Airways Holidays. Barwa Bank. of which more than 23. Citibank. Oryx Galleria and Qatar Executive. Hamad International Airport. Internal Media Services. Commercial Bank Accolades. P. and Language Direct 5 . Tel: +974 4022 Website: www. Privilege Club. Qatar Distribution Company.Bank and Credit cards: Ahli United Bank. Doha. Fax: +974 4022 5350 Email: qrmedia@qatarairways. American Express.000 staff worldwide. Columbus Travel Insurance. Travelling Connect. Emirates NBD. Joyalukkas Jewellers. Qatar Aviation Services.O. Qatar Airways Holidays. QNB Life Rewards. Of Employees: Qatar Airways Group employs more than 39.qatarairways. For Further Information: Qatar Airways Group Corporate Communications Department. National Commercial Bank. Air Miles.000 are airline employees. Qatar. My Rewards Points. Ooredoo Kuwait. Travel services: Ooredoo Qatar. Qatar Stars League. Divisions: Qatar Aircraft Catering Company. Box 22550. Qatar Duty Free. Masraf Al Rayan.