Qatar Airways to unveil enhanced economy class product at ITB Berlin

Business Desk

6 March, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Qatar Airways to unveil enhanced economy class product at ITB Berlin

Qatar Airways is pleased to announce that it will unveil its enhanced economy class product at ITB Berlin 2019, the world’s largest travel and tourism trade show that will begin today (Wednesday).

The reveal, to take place at Qatar Airways’ exhibition stand on the first day of the show, will be followed by a press conference at 12:00 pm, at which further details on the airline’s exciting plans for 2019 will be shared with global media, said a press release.

Conference delegates and visitors to ITB 2019 are invited to the airline’s stand to see for themselves the innovative technology and design that Qatar Airways has brought to its enhanced Economy Class product. There will be an opportunity for visitors to interact with the airline’s latest products and to experience Qatar Airways’ world-renowned five-star hospitality.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Akbar Al Baker, said: "It is always a pleasure to come to ITB Berlin, and this year is no different. Qatar Airways is known by travellers around the world for its continued commitment to innovation and to redefining the customer experience.”

At ITB 2017, Qatar Airways launched its revolutionary Business Class seat, Qsuite, which features the world’s first-ever double bed in Business Class. Qsuite takes cabin innovation to a whole new level with its quad configuration, providing passengers even more choice, privacy and personalisation in their travel experience.

ITB Berlin 2019 will showcase a range of travel exhibitors from more than 180 countries and five continents, providing more than 160,000 visitors with the latest information on new products, services and facilities in the tourism industry. Qatar Airways welcomes all guests to ITB to visit its exhibition pavilion in Hall 2.2, stand 207 and 208 from 6-10 March.

Qatar Airways operates a modern fleet of more than 230 aircraft to a network of more than 160 key business and leisure destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America.


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