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Qatar Airways wins ‘Best Business Class Seat and Service’ award

Posted 25 December 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has been awarded ‘Best Business Class Seat and Service’ at the first-ever Head for Points Travel and Loyalty Awards.

 

Head for Points is the UK's largest business travel and frequent flyer website, with over 4,500 travellers voting in the inaugural Head for Points Travel & Loyalty Awards during November 2019. The awards reward the best in UK business class travel, frequent flyer and hotel loyalty schemes, airport lounges and travel rewards credit cards. The 12 category winners voted for by readers were supplemented by six 'Editor's Choice' awards for excellence.

Winners are being announced on headforpoints.com between 25th December and 5th January.

Gary Kershaw, Qatar Airways country manager for UK & Ireland, said: “Our customers are our most important audience and so for our multiple-award winning Qsuite product and Business Class service to be recognised by the readers of Head for Points is a huge honour for Qatar Airways and an appreciation of our promise to consistently deliver a truly world-class service.”

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