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Qatar Airways wins ‘Best Overall in the Middle East’ at APEX awards

Posted 16 November 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways was been named as ‘Best Overall in the Middle East’ at the 2020 Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) Regional Passenger Choice Awards, held in Singapore on Wednesday 13 November 2019.

 

The award, which was received by Qatar Airways during the 2020 APEX Asia Awards Ceremony, was voted for by Qatar Airways passengers through the APEX Official Airline Ratings system using the world’s highest rated travel app, TripIt.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “The greatest voice and testament to our success is that of our loyal passengers, and to consistently receive the prized Passenger Choice Awards, both at a global and regional level, is a huge honour.

“We are thrilled to have yet further proof that Qatar Airways is the airline of choice for so many across the globe, and we look forward to continue to living up to our role as a ‘2020 Five Star Global Airline’ and welcoming more customers to the Qatar Airways experience.”

APEX chief executive officer, Dr. Joe Leader, said: “Qatar Airways winning the 2020 Passenger Choice Award for Best Airline in the Middle East demonstrates the airline’s steadfast commitment to exceeding customer expectations in every class of service.   

“This incredible accomplishment on top of Qatar Airways’ three 2020 APEX Global Passenger Choice Awards illustrates an incredible series of accolades given by verified, validated, and certified customer flights around the globe.”

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