Since its establishment on November 22, 1993, Qatar Airways (QR) is the flag carrier of Qatar and a member of the Oneworld alliance since October 2003, the first Gulf carrier to have signed in the alliance. The airline flies to around 150 international destinations across Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Far East, South Asia, Middle East, North America, South America and Oceania from its hub at Hamad International Airport (DOH). The well-diversified Qatar Airways’ fleet features planes with two-cabin (Business Class and Economy Class) and three-cabin (First Class, Business Class, and Economy Class) configurations. For premium class passengers flying from Hamad International Airport, the airline operates the Al Mourjan Business Lounge. Airlines use a fleet of more than 200 aircraft.
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On May 2014, the touchdown of a flight from Bahrain at Doha’s Hamad International Airport marked the official transfer of Qatar Airways’ operations to its new hub, replacing Doha International Airport.
In August 2019, the company introduced flights to Langkawi, Malaysia; Luanda, Angola and as a part of its expansion plans making its serving points over 150 places worldwide.
Because of the diplomatic crisis in the region, Qatar Airways aircraft are prohibited from Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates airspace.
Estimated pricing to some of the popular regions of the world is given below in the chart with the lowest and cheapest fare with discounts and along with a lot of options for cheap flights. Currently, promotion going on in both online and offline ticket booking and buying.
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|Originating City||Destination||One way Fare||Round trip|
|Dhaka (DAC)||New York (JFK)||51,770.00||95,474.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Heathrow (LHR)||41,231.00||86,025.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Doha (DOH)||44,602.00||85,352.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||San Francisco (SFO)||85,547.00||157,769.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Toronto (YYZ)||108,786.00||215,471.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Vancouver (YVR)||108,715.00||215,013.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Frankfurt (FRA)||41,903.00||80,312.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Düsseldorf (DUS)||53,345.00||98,867.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Nairobi (NBO)||57,940.00||112,595.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Johannesburg (JNB)||62,567.00||120,431.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Cairo (CAI)||46,397.00||101,251.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Sydney (SYD)||66,507.00||124,993.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Copenhagen (CPH)||63,071.00||99,865.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Orlando (MCO)||76,727.00||133,577.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Washington D.C (DCA)||65,051.00||123,749.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Chicago (ORD)||58,070.00||108,074.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Paris (CDG)||41,483.00||75,849.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||London (LHR)||41,231.00||86,025.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Rome (FCO)||38,039.00||68,680.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Los Angeles (LAX)||70,502.00||133,022.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Malta (MLA)||39,803.00||73,747.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Milan (MXP)||36,779.00||64,625.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Brussels (BRU)||46,545.00||84,617.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Cape Town (CPT)||90,455.00||176,039.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Bucharest (OTP)||80,627.00||151,782.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Edinburgh (EDI)||45,095.00||83,721.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Zurich (ZRH)||50,135.00||83,389.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Miami (MIA)||93,938.00||179,726.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Amsterdam (AMS)||51,395.00||93,726.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Barcelona (BCN)||50,051.00||96,121.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Madrid (MAD)||51,311.00||93,643.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Montreal (YUL)||91,102.00||203,350.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Geneva (GVA)||52,487.00||89,574.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Venice (VCE)||37,283.00||65,561.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Manchester (MAN)||54,839.00||101,082.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Istanbul (IST)||49,211.00||89,115.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Berlin (TXL)||41,987.00||78,442.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Athens (ATH)||40,475.00||72,657.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Marrakech (RAK)||76,931.00||145,833.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Tehran (IKA)||47,631.00||90,323.00|
|Dhaka (DAC)||Moscow (DME)||59,291.00||107,860.00|
The in-flight entertainment system of Qatar Airways is called Oryx One. With the exception of some Airbus A320 family aircraft, all aircraft have personal seat-back Info-tainment screens. Few of the Airbus A320 family aircraft contains main screen entertainment. Qatar Airways also offers Onboard Connectivity Wi-Fi.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en/ife-homepage.html
Most long-haul flights will include the main meal offering and a second service meal (hot or cold depending on the flight time) usually just before landing. It now also includes the Quisine Service where customizable cuisines are served based on menu and a pre-dinner drinks service.
at least 72 hours’ notice is required for special meals and is available on all flights except intra Gulf flights. Baby Meal, Bland meal, Child Meal, Diabetic Meal, Fruit Platter, Gluten-Free, Hindu, Kosher, Low Calorie, Low cholesterol, Low Lactose, Low Salt, Medical Meal, Vegetarian Asian/Indian, Vegetarian Jain, Vegetarian Lacto Ovo, Vegetarian Non-Dairy, Vegetarian Oriental, Vegetarian Raw. Etc. are served.
Business/First Class Dining
One can now reserve their meal for 14 days and up to 24 hours before their flight. If not reserved, a passenger can choose from on-demand dining options onboard. The airline is the only airline to offer different wines on flights from Doha traveling east and west.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en/onboard/cuisine.html
First-class passengers of the airways enjoy over 6.5 feet of legroom and seats that fold into flat beds with feather duvets. First-class seats are equipped with massage functions and an entertainment system. First-class, available only on A380s, features a 90-inch seat pitch, transforming into a fully flat bed, together with an expansive choice of entertainment options displayed on individual 26-inch television screens.
Qatar Airways offers business class passengers fully flat horizontal beds with direct aisle access in a 1-2-1 configuration on board. On other long and medium-haul aircraft, business class seats are in a 2-2-2 with massage functions.
In 2017, Qatar Airways introduced a new business class cabin, dubbed “Qsuite.” The new cabin offers suites with doors arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration. Qsuite features single seats on the window sides, and the middle section suites can be converted into a quad room, allowing four passengers to face each other in a dining-room like set up. Along with that, “couple” seat pairs in the middle section can be converted into a double bed.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en/onboard/qsuite.html
Qatar Airways economy class was mentioned as the best in the world in the 2009 and 2010 Skytrax Awards. Passengers of the economy class on A330 aircraft enjoy individual seat-back TV screens. Passengers on Airbus A350, A380, Boeing 777 and 787 aircraft are offered touch-screen IFE monitors.
New economy seats will be introduced with the launch of the 787 airbuses. Each seat will have a 10.6 inch in-seat TV monitor offering in-flight entertainment. The features will also extend to the possibility of Wi-Fi and GSM telephony usage and USB ports.
In 2014, the Al Mourjan Business Lounge for Qatar Airways’ premium passengers opened in July 2014 for first-class passengers only. In 2015 Qatar Airways opened the Al Safwa First Lounge for its first-class passengers. The lounge received the prestigious Seven Star First Class Lounge Award at the Seven Stars Luxury Hospitality and Lifestyle Awards.
The airline’s first lounge outside Doha opened at London Heathrow’s Terminal 4 in January 2012 and its new Premium Lounge at Dubai-International’s Concourse D in 2016. In 2017, its new premium lounge within Terminal 1 at Charles de Gaulle Airport was introduced.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en/lounges.html
Carry-On Allowance. You are allowed to carry-on at least one piece of free baggage (depending on the class you travel), as well as any duty-free items.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en-bd/baggage/allowance.html
Lost and Damaged Baggage
In most cases, delayed baggage is located within 24 hours and can be delivered to your home, office or hotel if local customs regulations permit. If your baggage is missing, it is extremely important that you file a report at the Qatar Airways baggage services counters at your arrival airport.
For more information please visit: https://www.qatarairways.com/en-bd/baggage/mishandled.html