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Seat Request


Advance Seat Reservation (ASR), is applicable on all sectors of Qatar Airways flights. ASR however is not a guarantee since the type of Aircraft may change.

Non-smoking policy applies on board all QR aircraft.

Passengers are expected to report at the airport check-in desk well within the flight closure (90 minutes prior) after which time these reserved seats may be released and given to other passenger.

For medical cases or passengers travelling with carrycot, specific seats are allocated.

Emergency exit row seats cannot be assigned in advance as these seats are under Airport Control and are offered to able-bodied adults (above 18 years) who appear to be capable of operating or assisting with the operation of the evacuation.

Following category of passengers will not be allocated Emergency Exit row seats:

  • Children and infants (whether accompanied or not)
  • Incapacitated passengers
  • Expectant mothers
  • Passengers who are elderly and frail
  • Deportees or prisoners in custody
  • Passengers with falcons
  • Obese passengers

Seat Assignment Guidelines:

Special Service Requirement Code
Use the code SEAT when requesting, cancelling or changing seat selection and advising a Member a boarding pass has been issued.

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Preferred Seating

Preferred Seating is the latest benefit on offer to top tier members of Qatar Airways Privilege Club and other oneworld frequent flier programmes. This new benefit enables eligible members to select a seat located at the front of the Economy class cabin up to 72 hours prior to flight departure. This can be done while making a booking through qatarairways.com or any travel agent, or alternatively through the “Manage My Booking” section on Qatar air ways.com. The new benefit allows passengers to choose a seat amongst the first three rows in the Economy cabin of all aircraft types that will help speed up the disembarkation process

Qatar Airways joins other oneworld carriers that already offer this privilege. At the same time, this benefit is also available to the highest paying customers booked in Economy and their accompanying passengers within the same PNR.

Specific Seat Numbers
When specific seats are included in the entry, the seat number must be continuously entered with no separators. All seat numbers must include three characters in any alpha-numeric combination.
E.g.: ST/33A

Equipment / Aircraft Change
Circumstances may require Qatar Airways to make schedule changes after publication of our schedules. “Schedule Change” means any modification to the operation of a flight, some of which may require passenger notification. The booking office receiving a schedule change advice is responsible for taking action to advise the passenger(s) of the changes involved.

Infants Requiring Baby Bassinet
Allocation of Bassinet Seats (BSCT):
Reservation for bassinet seats can be made in advance provided an infant is travelling with the adult.

Assigning Seats for Incapacitated Passengers
As a general rule, Qatar Airways shall ensure that passengers with reduced mobility are not allocated, neither occupy, seats where their presence could:

  • Impede the emergency evacuation of the airplane
  • Impede crew in their duties
  • Obstruct access to emergency equipment
  • Escorts (attendant) shall be given seats immediately adjacent to the passenger they are escorting
  • The assignment of seats may also be subject to medical requirements
  • Blind or deaf passengers travelling with service dogs should be assigned seats which allow space for the dog, near a floor level exit but which do not impede access to it
  • Where possible accommodate near toilets and exits provided with chutes
  • If crutches, canes and similar walking aids are stored in a special location in the cabin, users of such aids should be assigned seats nearby, to permit quick access to the aids when needed
  • Passengers with stiff legs, fractured legs in plaster, paraplegics, etc. should be accommodated in seats allowing the maximum space for their comfort, or space for leg support devices with the least possible disturbance to passengers in the adjacent seats. Limbs in plaster casts should not obstruct the aisle or emergency exits
  • Persons with a disability affecting only one side of their body (hemiplegics, artificial limb, arm or leg in cast, splint or brace, etc) should be seated in an aisle seat with the unaffected side of their body towards the aisle to facilitate mobility in cases of emergency.

Group Seating
Wherever possible, groups of passengers with reduced mobility shall be seated in subgroups in order to enable a rapid flow of other passengers during an evacuation. Escorts must be seated with the passengers they are escorting.

Assigning Seats for Passengers with Falcons
Passengers with falcons should be seated in the rear of the cabin, not adjacent to families with children or infants or on rows directly next to emergency exits.

Assigning Seats for Unaccompanied Minor / Young Passenger
Unaccompanied minors / Young passengers are seated in specific areas of the aircraft (aisle seats) to enable the crew to keep an eye on them.

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