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Qatar Airways

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Established in 1993 then relaunched four years later, Qatar Airways is the national flag carrier of Qatar, owned by its government, and based in Doha. It operates with an intensive network of international services. Qatar Airways is a global awards winner, as well as being the fastest-growing airline in the world. In addition, it owns a developed fleet size of 235 aircraft consisting of various Airbus and Boeing airplanes. Qatar Airways has reached 173 destinations worldwide, with 50.000 employees from different countries. Qatar Airways is certified as a 5-Star Airline that guarantees a memorable experience!

Facts and Figures

Established in 1993 with a wet leased fleet B767-200 from Kuwaiti Airways.

The CEO of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, is one of the most recognizable figures in the global aviation industry. His commitment enabled the ground-breaking development of Qatar Airways from such a small regional carrier into one of the world's leading global airlines in a span of just 20 years.

50% of the stakeholders belong to the government, and the rest belong to the private sector.

Got 5-Stars rating by SKYTRAX (the world's largest airline review site) in 2011, 2012,2015,2017, and 2019.

The airline has been named ‘Best Airline in the Middle East' for a third successive year and won the ‘World’s Best Business Class’ award for four successive years.

The number of passengers carried in 2019 was 29.8 Million, which means they have approximately 2.5 million passengers per month.

Qatar Airways operates 150 flights per day.

On board Boeing 787 qatar airways airlines, airport Pulkovo, Russia, Saint-Petersburg Dece

Destinations

Qatar Airways operates flights to more than 90 countries on every inhabited continent across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas, and Oceania. Qatar Airways flies to more than 160 places all over the world.

Top Destinations for Qatar Airways

China
China
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Japan
Japan
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India
India
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Iran
Iran
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Philippine
Philippine
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London
London
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Los Angeles
Los Angeles
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Miami
Miami
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New York
New York
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Fleet

With an average aircraft age of approximately five years, Qatar Airways is known to have one of the world's youngest airline fleets.

1. Qatar Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner 


2. Qatar Airways Boeing 777


3. Qatar Airways Airbus A350-1000


4. Qatar Airways AirbusA350-900


5. Qatar Airways Airbus A380


6. Qatar Airways Airbus A320 

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Boeing 777-300ER
48
Boeing 777-200LR
9
Boeing 787-9
7
Boeing 787-8
30
Airbus A380
10
Airbus A350-1000
19
Airbus A350-900
34
Airbus A330-300
10
Airbus A330-200
6
Airbus A321-200
3
Airbus A320-200
29
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Qatar Airways started with 4 aircraft fleet, 28 aircraft by 2003, reached 50 by 2006, and now they have 205 aircrafts.

Membership Tiers

Qmiles are rewards earned from traveling on Qatar Airways or One World airlines. They can also be earned in other ways, such as hotel reservations, car rentals, and bank credit cards. Qmiles have a validity of up to 3 years and can be redeemed for a wide range of rewards, such as complimentary flights, cabin upgrades, and excess baggage allowances with Qatar Airways.

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Burgundy

  1. Family accrual rate

  2. Priority stand-by

  3. Shop & pay

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Silver

  1. Family accrual rate

  2. Priority stand-by

  3. Shop & pay

  4. Excess baggage 15kg

  5. Lounge access

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Gold

  1. Family accrual rate

  2. Priority stand-by

  3. Shop & pay

  4. Excess baggage 20kg

  5. Lounge + 1 guest

  6. 40 Qcredits

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Platinum

  1. Family accrual rate

  2. Priority stand-by

  3. Shop & pay

  4. Excess baggage 25kg

  5. Lounge + 2 guests

  6. 60 Qcredits

  7. No Qmiles expiry

Phuket, THAILAND - June 23, 2016 Qatar airways airline boeing 787 landing at Phuket in mor