Qatar Airways’ Qsuite, a world of excellence
In Qatar Airways’ award winning Business Class Qsuite, each passenger has its own cabin with sliding doors, which offers a lot of privacy. QSuite features the first double bed in Business Class in the world, and the possibility to create private suites. QSuite also offers customizable panels and movable TV screens in a fully adaptable quad-seating configuration. This way colleagues who travel together can transform their space into a private room where they can work, eat and socialize during the flight. These new features provide luxury and a customizable travel experience that allows the business travelers to create an environment that meets their personal needs.
The Business Class of the award winning airline has been named ‘World’s Best Business Class’ for the sixth time and for the third consecutive year at the 2018 Skytrax World Airline Awards. In addition, Qatar Airways was awarded the Best Business Class Seat in recognition of its Qsuite, which offers a First Class experience in a Business Class cabin.
Qatar Airways has a daily flight from Amsterdam to Doha operated by a Boeing 777-300ER. Through Hamad International Airport – its state-of-the-art hub in Doha – the airline offers passengers a smooth transit to more than 160 corporate and leisure destinations around the world. Cities such as Cape Town and Bangkok, but also Denpasar, Sydney and Adelaide are within easy reach. Because the airline focuses on spaciousness and comfort, Qatar Airways offers travelers hospitality, world class cuisine and up to four thousand entertainment options during these long-haul flights.
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