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Qatar Airways introduces signature Nappa Dori amenity kits

Posted 28 December 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has introduced signature Nappa Dori amenity kits on board for all of its premium passengers travelling on short and medium haul flights.

The artisan brand, Nappa Dori has created bespoke amenity kits that celebrate the airline’s global network by featuring images from the more than 150 destinations Qatar Airways serves.

The amenity kit exclusively features lip balm from Italy’s Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio, the environmentally friendly olive oil company, as well as socks and eyeshades. The travel accessory designs are available in four different styles and will be refreshed every few months to ensure frequent travellers can add new keepsake bags to their collection.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Nappa Dori, like Qatar Airways, is a business that prides itself in providing its customers with superb and unique products and invests in quality and service to create an exceptional experience for the customer.

“Our premium travellers deserve the very best service and comfort, whether they are joining us for a short or long flight, we want them to take pleasure in their time on board with Qatar Airways.”

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