Doha, QATAR - Qatar Airways' award-winning Privilege Club loyalty programme is rewarding its members with a 50 per cent saving on awards to selected destinations during the holy month of Ramadan.
Designed to encourage members to take a break during the fasting month, the offer is spread across a number of Middle East routes operated by Qatar Airways from its Doha hub. Stretching from Dubai and Abu Dhabi to as far afield as Damascus and Beirut, the offer provides Privilege Club members with tremendous savings.
The offer is valid for all Privilege Club members and is eligible for return flights in Economy Class only. Travel must be completed between September 10 and October 15.
In addition, Qatar Airways is offering double Qmiles on its new Doha - Nagpur route being launched on September 23. The offer, valid until November 30, is available on the twice-weekly services to the central Indian city - Qatar Airways' seventh destination in India.
The full redemption offer is:
|Between||Regular Qmiles for Award ticket||Promotional Qmiles for Award ticket||Savings|
|Doha and Dubai||6,000||3,000||50%|
|Doha and Abu Dhabi||6,000||3,000||50%|
|Doha and Kuwait||6,000||3,000||50%|
|Doha and Muscat||6,000||3,000||50%|
|Doha and Bahrain||6,000||3,000||50%|
|Doha and Damascus||15,000||7,500||50%|
|Doha and Tehran||15,000||7,500||50%|
|Doha and Beirut||20,000||10,000||50%|
|Doha and Luxor||20,000||10,000||50%|
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said the airline had won tremendous amount of support over the years from frequent flyer members of the carrier's Privilege Club loyalty programme.
"From time to time, we introduce promotions as a thank you to our Privilege Club members and this latest one is just as tempting as they will be able to experience travelling Qatar Airways to some fantastic destinations across the Middle East," he explained.
Al Baker explained that in addition, Qatar Airways was offering members double Qmiles on the airline's newest route to Nagpur being launched next week. The addition of Nagpur takes Qatar Airways' capacity to India up to 44 non-stop flights a week across seven Indian destinations. The other cities being Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Trivandrum and Cochin. Qatar Airways launches its eighth Indian gateway city on December 12 with daily scheduled flights to the western Indian city of Ahmedabad.
Qatar Airways currently operates a modern fleet of 58 all-Airbus aircraft to 78 destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Far East, Indian subcontinent and North America. The highlight of Qatar Airways' 2007 expansion has been the launch of flights to New York (Newark) and Washington DC - the airline's first move into the North American market.
|From September 23, Qatar Airways launches twice-weekly flights between Doha and the central Indian city of Nagpur. Starting November 27, the carrier launches four flights a week to the Swedish capitalStockholm. Daily scheduled services to the western Indian city of Ahmedabad are due to begin on December 12.|
Doha-based Qatar Airways will operate a fleet of 110 aircraft by 2013 – almost double the existing size. Qatar Airways has ordered 80 Airbus A350s, 60 Boeing 787s and 32 Boeing 777s, with deliveries of the latter having started in November 2007. The airline is a launch customer of the twin-deck Airbus A380 ‘super jumbos’ with five aircraft on order and scheduled for delivery from 2010. Qatar Airways moves to the New Doha International Airport in 2010, when the first phase of the new facility opens. For more information, visit www.ndiaproject.com
Qatar Airways is one of only six airlines in the world with a Five Star ranking for service and excellence awarded by Skytrax, the independent aviation industry monitoring agency. Skytrax also named Qatar Airways’ cabin crew as Best in the Middle East for the fifth year running in 2007 following a survey of more than 15 million passengers worldwide. For more information, log onto www.qatarairways.com
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