Qatar Airways unveils enhanced Economy Class product and 7 new upcoming destinations

Qatar Airlines

Recently Qatar Airways has revealed the airline’s new Economy Class experience and they announced seven upcoming additions to its rapidly-growing global network.

The new Economy Class experience features a seat with an innovative 19-degree recline system and additional legroom, dual trays, 13.3-inch 4 K widescreens and type ‘C’ fast charging USB port. Economy Class passengers will also be able to enjoy improved connectivity, including up to 10 times faster broadband, as well as more than 4,000 entertainment options on Qatar Airways’ Oryx One in-flight entertainment system.

The airline’s new in-flight dining experience ‘Quisine’, truly redefines Economy Class service, with all new retail-style tableware, a menu offering more choices, 25% larger main courses, 20% larger appetisers, and 50% larger desserts. The airline is especially pleased to be ‘going green with Quisine’, as the new Economy Class proposition sees a significant increase in rotable, recyclable and biodegradable products and reduction in single-use plastic.

Qatar Airways also revealed an array of forthcoming global destinations the airline will launch in 2019, including Lisbon in Portugal, Malta, Rabat in Morocco, Langkawi in Malaysia, Davao in the Philippines, Izmir in Turkey and Mogadishu in Somalia.

Qatar Airways has a daily flight from Amsterdam to Doha operated by a 777-300ER. Through Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar Airways offers passengers a smooth transit to more than 150 corporate destinations around the world.

For more information about Qatar Airways, please contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to provide you with more information or assist you in booking your ticket.

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