The airline will convey its sumptuous industry category Qsuite revel in to Canberra and Sydney from 1 July 2018.
Flights to and from Canberra are about to get an entire lot fancier. Qatar Airways has introduced that its award-winning industry category Qsuite can be to be had on flights to and from Canberra by the use of Sydney from July 2018.
The QSuite boasts a personal area which you’ll be able to adapt to fit your travelling wishes. You can experience personal cabins for up to 4 folks and use the movable panels to open up and shut off your area whether or not you’d favor to socialise or have some personal time. This is particularly to hand if you happen to’re travelling with circle of relatives or co-workers.
You’re additionally assured to experience some close eye with absolutely lie-flat beds and turndown carrier with pillows, a quilted bed and a comfortable cover in addition to The White Company sleepwear and slippers.
No industry category revel in could be whole with out high-quality eating, together with contemporary foods ready by way of world-class cooks and an absolutely stocked bar. You too can whilst away the time with up to four,000 leisure choices to make a choice from. You can deal with your self to a luxe amenity package full of skin care merchandise and in-flight must haves from Italian luxurious manufacturers BRIC’s and Castello Monte Vibiano.
This Canberra route continues to be relatively new, with this announcement coming lower than six months after it used to be introduced in February 2018. The Doha to Canberra flight additionally makes one prevent in Sydney. The route will first of all be serviced by way of Qsuite up to 4 occasions per week, with day by day products and services rolling out from 1 August 2018. The QSuite is recently to be had on make a choice Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER, Airbus A350-900 and A350-1000 aircrafts.
“Qatar Airways now offers 4,376 seats daily to and from our five Australian gateways, providing Australians with the most technologically-advanced fleet of aircraft in the skies today, and demonstrating the importance of the market to our network,” says Qatar Airways crew leader government Akbar Al Baker.
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