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Qatar Airways receives APEX Five Star Global Official Airline Rating

Posted 11 December 2020 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has received the 2021 Airline Passenger Experience Association’s (APEX) Five Star Global Official Airline Rating.

The APEX Award Ceremony was held during the FTE APEX Virtual Expo on 9 December.

 

Over the past year, APEX certified nearly one million flights rated by passengers across more than 600 airlines from around the world.

 

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are thrilled to have been awarded the 2021 Five Star Global Official Airline Rating, and we extend our sincere thanks to our many loyal passengers who have voted for us. To have been recognised as a five-star global airline yet again is a tremendous achievement for Qatar Airways, and is proof of the great heights to which we have soared during the past year. Such accomplishments push us to continue innovating and redefining the passenger experience.”

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