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Qatar Airways is the official airline partner of the Qatar Show 2019

Posted 14 February 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways is the Official Airline Partner of the Qatar Show 2019, which will take place from 20-25 February at the Doha Exhibition and Conference Centre.

 

The exhibition will bring together more than 400 international luxury brands and a range of exquisite classic and contemporary collections from international and local designers, all under one roof.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways is delighted to be the Official Airline Partner of the Qatar Show 2019. The glamour and luxury of this unique event is something very special and is the perfect showcase for Qatar’s truly unique Arabian hospitality. We look forward to ensuring that visitors to the show have an unforgettable journey onboard Qatar Airways, and to making their visit to Doha even more special.”

Qatar Airways Marketing and corporate communications senior vice-president, Salam Al-Shawa, said: “This year we have designed a number of special package options for our passengers to help promote Qatar as a stop-over destination and the exhibition. We are also proud to be flying in a number of influential media and influencers for the opportunity to experience our unique country and culture and to visit the exquisite Qatar Show.”

Visitors to the Qatar Show will also have the opportunity to experience Qatar Airways’ award-winning business class offering, ‘Qsuite’, which will be on display.

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