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Qatar Airways partners with The White Company

Posted 3 January 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has launched a new partnership with The White Company to provide exclusively-designed sleepwear to First and Business Class passengers travelling across the airline's global network.

 

The newly-designed sleeper suits are bespoke for First Class passengers and are individually styled for men and women. The men’s sleeper suit is designed in a charcoal grey marl, and the women’s in a contemporary, mid-grey, both are made of 100 per cent cotton to provide the highest level of comfort. Both sets come with matching luxury cotton slippers, with a faux fur interior sole for extra warmth and comfort.

The premium passenger experience will be further enriched throughout the brands’ three year partnership with the addition of new sleeper suits in a range of fresh colours and styles.

First Class passengers travelling on board Qatar Airways A380 flights to London, Bangkok, Paris, Sydney, and Guangzhou can enjoy the new luxury sleeper suits exclusively designed for Qatar Airways. The new sleepwear will debut in Business Class in early 2017.

Qatar Airways’ senior vice president of customer experience, Rossen Dimitrov, said: “This exciting three-year partnership with The White Company will provide our premium passengers with exclusively-designed sleepwear offering stylish comfort throughout their journey. This partnership with an iconic global brand, known for providing sumptuous style and beautifully designed products, perfectly complements the bespoke premium experience created on board for our travellers.”

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