Qatar Airways has launched a new promotion to coincide with the greatest "Hallmark Holiday" of them all (Valentine's Day) and is offering select flyers up to 25% off companion fares booked into Economy or Business Class.
The Qatar Airways CEO doesn't like the Airbus A380 and had everything gone to plan his airline's Whale Jets would have never flown in its livery again. Things, however, haven't been going to plan and that's why you'll find a number of Qatar Airways A380s operating at this very moment and that's why the airline has just confirmed that yet another of its routes route will soon be served by the world's largest passenger aircraft.
Qatar Airways has just launched a new promotion in which it's offering Privilege Club members up to 20% off Economy and Business Class fares from Europe to various destinations including destinations in Australia, Southeast Asia, and the Indian Ocean.
This coming winter, Qatar is set to be the host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup which will see tens of thousands of football (soccer) fans descending on the Middle Eastern state to support their national teams. For Qatar Airways, this represents a considerable challenge as it now has to work out how to transport all of these fans from and to their home countries.
Historically, those of us who are in a position to book premium cabin flights for travel between Europe and Asia have had a very easy path to oneworld Sapphire Elite status courtesy of one of the world's best airlines - Qatar Airways. Now, however, it's starting to look like that path may have been shut down.
Qatar Airways has published a new flash sale to celebrate 25 years of service to London Heathrow and appropriately, the promotion is offering customers up to 25% off the airline's fares for travel from Heathrow to select cities in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Oceania.
At the height of the pandemic, Qatar Airways was the largest airline in the world as it continued to operate a significant number of international routes as other airlines mothballed their fleets. The airline's Doha to London Gatwick route, however, didn't survive those dark days but in a sign that we're continuing on the road back to normality, Qatar Airways has confirmed that it will return to Gatwick this summer.
While this isn't published as a Black Friday deal, Qatar Airways appears to be offering a few good/reasonable Business Class fares for travel between the United States and South Africa for October onwards next year. The best deals are to be found for travel originating on the East Coast, but there are a couple of reasonable fares available from other areas too.
Apparently, it has been a year since Qatar Airways introduced its 'Student Club' to the world and in celebration of the Student Club's first anniversary, Qatar Airways has launched a flash deal in which members of the club can get up to 40% off select Qatar Airways fares.
Qatar Airways has launched a new promotion in conjunction with Hamad International Airport in which it's offering just three prizes. Two of the prizes are pretty amazing, but the top prize is incredible as it will make someone an instant millionaire.