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Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free unveil Qatar Airways Store at Hamad International Airport

Posted 10 January 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free unveiled the airline’s first-ever Qatar Airways Travel Boutique on 9 January 2019 at the airline’s home and hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA), marking the airline’s first-ever brand shop.

 

Complete with burgundy lighting, curved walls, a Business Class desk and an A380 First Class seat to experience, the shop is specially designed to enable customers to feel as though they have stepped on board a Qatar Airways aircraft.

Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways is delighted to launch our first-ever boutique to engage shoppers in a unique way by enabling them to enjoy the Qatar Airways experience on the ground. We are excited to launch this new retail concept at our magnificent home and hub, Hamad International Airport, a further testament to our vision of redefining the perfect travel experience for our travellers.” 

Qatar Duty Free vice president operations, Thabet Musleh, said: “We are proud to launch such a unique concept to our customers, enabling them to experience the unique luxury of Qatar Airways. This boutique takes shopping to the next level, where customers can experience an A380 First Class seat, grab the latest football strip from one of the world’s top global teams, play their own penalty shoot-out and shop from an exclusive range of branded travel essentials including a high-end luggage collection, a kids’ range of travel games and accessories. This truly is the embodiment of an experience worth travelling for.”

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