The award-winning airline continues to expand its global network. The 5* carrier has just announced plans to fly to twelve new destinations, including Cardiff, Prague, Kyiv, Mykonos, San Francisco, the Kenyan coastal city, Mombasa and more!
At highly anticipated annual press conference in Dubai Qatar Airways revealed an additional 12 new destinations to be launched in 2018.
The full list of new destinations announced today:
- San Francisco, U.S.
- Cardiff, United Kingdom
- Utapao, Thailand
- Chittagong, Bangladesh
- Mykonos, Greece
- Malaga, Spain
- Accra, Ghana
- Lisbon, Portugal
- Abidjan, Ivory Coast
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Kyiv, Ukraine
- Mombasa, Kenya
The Doha-based airline, that celebrates its 20th year of operations, has also unveiled the new Business Class experience to consumers in the Middle East for the first time. The 5* carrier revealed the finer details of the recently launched Qsuite. It features the industry’s first-ever double bed available in Business Class, with privacy panels that stow away, allowing passengers in adjoining seats to create their own private room. Adjustable panels and movable TV monitors will allow passengers travelling together to transform their space into a private suite that suits their own needs. The first destinations to feature the Qsuites are due to be London, Paris and New York (from June onwards).
Qatar Airways is also launching a customisable food and beverage concept, introducing a selection of snack ‘sharing dishes’ available throughout the flight. A wake-up Express Breakfast will also be available for those who choose to sleep a little longer.
What is more, the 5* carrier will be the first airline in the Middle East to launch high-speed broadband on flights starting this summer. The relaunched superior entertainment system, Oryx One, has been redesigned to make it even easier to surf content and choose from up to 3,000 entertainment options. Passengers can even plan their on-board viewing whilst waiting to board. Qatar Airways also announced the launch of its redesigned website, set to go live in early May.