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Qatar Airways to unveil its new Business Class experience at ITB Berlin

Posted 7 March 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways is to unveil its anticipated new patented Business Class experience on the opening day of ITB Berlin tomorrow.


The airline’s new and unique seat design, patented by Qatar Airways, is set to revolutionise the Business Class experience for business and leisure travellers alike. Supported by a host of other innovations across touchpoints – including dining, amenities, entertainment and service – the airline’s already award-winning Business Class cabin is set to challenge industry norms and expectations.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Qatar Airways often uses the platform of ITB Berlin to showcase its latest product designs and aircraft features to the gathering crowds of international media and airline industry representatives. This year is no exception, and I am particularly proud that we will be unveiling the future of premium travel on day one, presenting the revolutionary developments to our Business Class offering to ensure we continue to provide our passengers with the exceptional travel experience they deserve.”

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