QATAR AIRWAYS NAMED BEST BUSINESS CLASS AND MIDDLE EASTERN AIRLINE

DOHA – Qatar Airways was awarded Best Business Class and Best Middle Eastern Airline at the 2016 Business Traveller Awards, held in London.

The airlines, renowned for its high-quality service, was once again recognised, as it received the two prestigious awards, presented by British author and broadcaster, Ben Fogle.

“We are proud to have once again been recognised as the Best Business Class and Best Middle Eastern Airline. These awards continue to demonstrate our commitment to provide our passengers with industry leading service, a modern fleet of aircraft and innovative products to provide our passengers with the very best journey,” said Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker.

The awards ceremony, which has been running for over 30 years, was attended by over 300 industry leaders, and the winners were voted for by readers of the international magazine.

Qatar Airways offers Business Class passengers unrivalled comfort in the air and on the ground.

On board passengers can relax in seats that recline into fully lie-flat beds, enjoy the convenience of all aisle access seating and an A� la carte menu, served on request by our award winning crew, and up to 3,000 entertainment options on individual television screens.

Premium passengers have access to a range of luxury lounges, such as the Qatar Airways Al Mourjan Business Lounge in Doha, Heathrow Premium Lounge and DXB Premium Lounge in Dubai, all of which offer a selection of fine dining options and world-class facilities.

At the ceremony, The Best Airline Alliance was also presented to Oneworld, which Qatar Airways has been a member of since 2013.

Qatar Airways recently accepted three separate accolades at the 2016 Skytrax World Airline Awards, held at the Farnborough International Airshow, in the United Kingdom.

Source: Nam News Network

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