Qatar Airways Flights

blog16112016222612Qatar Airways Company Q.C.S.C. working as Qatar Airways is the nationalized flag carrier of Qatar. Main office of Qatar Airways is situated in Doha, this airline operates a hub-and-spoke network, connecting over 150 global destinations transversely Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania from its base at Hamad International Airport.

More than 40,000 inhabitants are work in Qatar Airways Group, of whom 24,000 work directly for Qatar Airways. The carrier has been an associate of the one world alliance since October 2013, the first Gulf carrier to sign with one of the three airline alliances. Book last minute flights with Qatar Airways on Feego.co.uk and take enjoy of all services of this airlines.

Cabin

First class

Qatar Airways provides for first class travelers over 6.5 feet of legroom and seats that fold into flat beds with feather duvets first class seats are outfitted with massage functions and an entertainment system. Qatar Airways strategy to eradicate first class cabins from accessible A340 aircraft, as well as new aircraft deliveries, excluding the A380s on June 17, 2014. The A380s features a 90-inch seat pitch, transforming into a fully flat bed, collectively with an extensive choice of entertainment options displayed on individual 26-inch television screens.

Business class

Qatar Airways provides for business class travelers fully flat horizontal beds in a 2-2-2 configuration on board its Boeing 777 aircraft. On other long-haul aircraft, business class seats recline up to 172 degrees, with massage functions. Wines and Champagne are served.

Qatar Airways exposed a new business class cabin in March 2012, to be launched on the new Boeing 787 aircraft from 2012, firstly on intra-Gulf routes before organism introduced on the Doha to London Heathrow route. The new seats are prearranged in a 1-2-1 configuration allowing straight aisle access for every traveler, and offer nearly twice as much space as existing business class cabins.

Economy class

Qatar Airways economy class was named best in the globe in the 2009 and 2010 Skytrax Awards. Qatar Airways provides for economy class travelers a seat pitch of up to 34 inches. Economy class travelers on A330/A340 aircraft are presented person seat-back TV screens. Travellers on Boeing 777 and 787 aircraft are presented touch-screen TVs.

New economy seats will be introduced with the launch of the 787. These new seats will be produced by Recaro and are fitted in a 3-3-3 configuration. 16.9 inch width and a pitch of 32 inches will present less individual space than before. Moreover, each seat will have a 10.6 inch in seat TV monitor present in-flight entertainment. The amenities will also extend to the opportunity of Wi-Fi and GSM telephony usage and USB ports for connecting individual items such as digital cameras.

 

In-flight entertainment

Qatar Airways is known as Oryx One in-flight entertainment system. Among the omission of some Airbus A320 family aircraft, all aircraft have individual seat-back television screens. Some Airbus A320 family aircraft are fixed with main screen entertainment. Qatar is updating Airbus A320 family aircraft to seat-back AVOD. The arrival of the airline’s first A380 in 2014 marked a major milestone for the airline, whose new home, Hamad International Airport (HIA), has been especially planned to cater to the aircraft, with six contact gates considered with stipulation requisite for the super jumbo.

Checked baggage allowance

50kg (110lb) and a maximum dimension of 300 cm (118in) in First Class.

40kg (88lb) and a maximum dimension of 300 cm (118in) in Business Class.

30kg (66lb) and a maximum dimension of 300 cm (118in) in Economy Class.

Hand baggage allowances

Two pieces, not to exceed a total weight of 15kg (33lb) in First Class.

Two pieces, not to exceed a total weight of 15kg (33lb) in Business Class.

One piece, not to exceed 7 kg (15lb) in Economy Class.

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