MUMBAI: Qatar Airways has launched an exclusive companion offer called ‘Two Seats, One Great Offer’ for the airline’s business class tickets. Travellers will be able to book business class tickets for two people flying from India to America from INR 130,000, France from INR 102,000, Germany from 107,000 and United Kingdom from 110,000. Go here for the deal.
The fares will have to be booked between November 1 – 7 and will be valid across Qatar Airways’ global network for travel between 15 November 2016 and 15 June 2017. During the promotion period, members of Qatar Airways’ loyalty programme; Privilege Club, can earn double Qmiles on each booking.
Passengers taking advantage of this companion offer will be eligible to access the Qatar Airways Mourjan Business Class Lounge Two Seats, One Great Offer when travelling through Qatar Airways’ hub at Hamad International Airport in Doha.
Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer, Hugh Dunleavy, said: “In the lead up to the busy holiday season, when everyone has travel and family on their mind, Qatar Airways’ Two seats, one great offer is a unique chance to treat a loved one to true luxury on board the World’s Best Business Class.”
On offer on business class tickets are chocolate from luxury French chocolatier Valrhona, inflight dining experiences created by world renowned chefs, including Qatar Airways Head Chef, Nobu Matsuhisa.
Qatar Airways Business Class passengers enjoy a dine-on-demand à la carte menu served on Frette Italian table linen, while being provided complimentary Bose noise cancelling headsets when enjoying up to 3,000 different entertainment options said the airline. Giorgio Armani Beauty and Fragrances amenity kits are provided on long haul flights in Business Class along with a turn-down service complemented by luxurious Frette Italian bed linens, it added.
The airline has a network of over 150 destinations. In 2016, it launched services to Adelaide (Australia), Atlanta (USA), Birmingham (UK), Boston (USA), Los Angeles (USA), Marrakech (Morocco), Pisa (Italy), Ras Al Khaimah (UAE), Sydney (Australia), Windhoek (Namibia) and Yerevan (Armenia). Services to Krabi (Thailand) and Seychelles will follow later in the year.
Musafir Namah Bureau