ENHANCED SERVICES INTRODUCED BY QATAR AT DOHA INTERNATIONAL

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore December 19, 2010 11:53

ENHANCED SERVICES INTRODUCED BY QATAR AT DOHA INTERNATIONAL

Qatar Airways is to introduce a number of enhanced services at Doha International Airport within the new Doha Arrivals terminal which opens to passengers today. The new, much larger, arrivals terminal, will feature a dedicated arrivals lounge for Qatar Airways’ First and Business Class passengers based on the airline’s award-winning Premium Terminal.

The new lounge features all-day dining, business centre, showers and other amenities to allow the airline’s premium travellers to freshen up or prepare for important business meetings before exiting the airport.

Qatar Duty Free, a subsidiary of the airline group, will operate a retail outlet at the new terminal, while Al Maha Services, which provides concierge assistance within the airport, will have its own dedicated lounge.

The first Qatar Airways flight into the new Doha Arrivals terminal landed earlier today. The airline’s chief executive officer Akbar Al Baker said that the building bring much-needed additional capacity to the country:

“Qatar Airways’ growth in 2010 has been phenomenal and we expect to continue in this vein through 2011 and beyond. The new Doha Arrivals facility will greatly assist the airline’s expansion plans between now and the opening of New Doha International Airport in 2012,” he said.

“The new Doha Arrivals terminal is an important step in the rapid expansion of Qatar Airways and will serve a vital function for the State Of Qatar which is experiencing a massive surge in economic growth and influx of visitors.”

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore December 19, 2010 11:53
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