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Qatar Airways wins ‘Best Business Class’ and ‘Best Catering’ awards

Posted 22 November 2018 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways was named ‘Best Business Class’ in the AirlineRatings’ Airline Excellence Awards 2019. The airline’s dine-on-demand in flight cuisine was also named ‘Best Catering’.

The annual Airline Ratings Awards, one of Australia’s most trusted travel industry awards, acknowledges the best in the airline industry and are based on votes by national travel editors who have a combined experience of over 150 years.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are extremely pleased to have been awarded these accolades in the AirlineRatings’ Airline Excellence Awards 2019. Our patented, revolutionary Qsuite has left an indelible impression on passengers who have experienced it, and we are delighted that the editors at AirlineRatings concur. Qsuite represents our commitment to innovation and exceptional passenger experience as it continues to set the global benchmark for the Business Class experience.”

Airlineratings.com editor-in chief, Geoffrey Thomas, said: “Qatar Airways has always been a trendsetter by raising the bar, and its new Qsuite is the epitome of that drive and a natural choice as AirlineRatings.com best Business Class for 2019. Qsuite is a first-class experience in Business Class. Our judges rated it as one of the best overall business-class products they had seen. It sets a standard to which some airlines can only aspire.

“But it’s not just business class where Qatar sets the standard; its win for Best Catering 2019 is another example of its attention to detail  throughout the aircraft. The airline is rightfully in the Airlineratings.com Top Ten for 2019.”

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