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TOULOUSE, France – The much anticipated delivery of Qatar Airways’ first A380-1000 is one step closer to joining the airline’s fleet, as the aircraft was ferried from Toulouse to Hamburg during a test flight last week.
Qatar Airways, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, has placed the ease and convenience of travelling with the airline right in the palm of the customer’s hand – literally.
Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines has announced that it will start to roll out Google Now™ cards for their passengers who book via Emirates.com.
Effective from September 1st, passengers flying Qatar Airways routes worldwide will have enhanced baggage allowances with additional baggage weight allowed per person.
Less than nine months after launching its inaugural service to Lyon, Emirates has announced it will upgrade the route’s operating aircraft to a Boeing 777-200LR, effective from February 1, 2014.
With Oman Air’s support and assistance, the Sultanate of Oman is to be showcased to international movie-goers, as Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Again gains its theatrical release.
In the wake of the tourism boom in Sri Lanka, ABC Group Australia Chairman Ajith Perera has decided to stretch their wings to Sri Lanka and launch ‘Go Travel’.
London, UNITED KINGDOM – Qatar Airways will officially open its flagship high-street ticket office in one of the world’s most exclusive shopping destinations - the iconic British department store, Harrods in Knightsbridge.
Paris, FRANCE – Qatar Airways has announced an expansion of its Boeing 787 services to Europe with the new state-of-the-art aircraft being deployed on three Scandinavian routes.
Paris Air Show, FRANCE – Qatar Airways today announced an order for nine Boeing 777 passenger aircraft on the opening day of the Paris Air Show. The additional aircraft will help the airline open up new routes and add capacity to existing markets in its rapidly-growing network.
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