Qatar Airways has launched (yet another) premium class sale for travel before March 31, 2018 and purchase date by August 9.
Let’s take a look on some pretty good deals ex-Europe included in this promo.
Qatar Airways has launched (yet another) premium class sale valid through travel this time until March 31, 2018, that must be booked by August 9.
The minimum stay is two days (Australia & New Zealand seven) and the maximum is three months (Australia & New Zealand 12 months). Blackout dates around the Christmas and New Years apply.
Le Club AccorHotels has launched new bonus miles promotion for Qatar Airways Privilege Club members stays in four European countries between August 15 – November 15, 2017 (also booked within this time frame).
Privilege Club members can earn quadruple miles for stays in Czech Republic, Macedonia, Bosnia and Ukraine.
Qatar Airways launched a new 48-hour flash sale (how many of these we’ve had this year already, FOUR? Things must be tough in Doha!) and as always there are some very interesting prices.
This time, the sale is not global. Some markets are running their own independent promotional sales (like Japan, Philippines or Taiwan), and some markets have been excluded all together from the sale.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Qatar Airways’ midweek Business Class excursion fares between Moscow and Ho Chi Minh City.
Tickets must be issued on/before 19 JUL 2017 (that is tomorrow!)
Qatar Airways launched a global sale last week for economy and business class travel between now and December 10, 2017, that ends tomorrow (July 19).
Privilege Club members are also eligible for double miles for tickets purchases made during this sale or some members (myself included) are targeted for up to quadruple miles (registrations for offer is required).
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker issued a written apology for controversial comments he made during a conference that U.S. carriers ‘are crap and their flight attendants are grandmothers’.
Al Bakers comments prompted all sorts of reactions but mostly criticism around the world and must have decided better put this matter to rest in a formal way.
American Airways informed both Qatar Airways, its fellow Oneworld alliance member airline, and Etihad Airways on June 29, 2017, that it would terminate its codeshare agreement with both effective March 25, 2018.
American Airlines AAdvantage members can continue to earn both elite qualifying and redeemable miles on flights marketed/operated by Qatar Airways flights as it is Oneworld member. AAdvantage members can only earn award miles for Etihad operated and marketed flights (sold without AA code).
Qatar Airways has launched a new global sale for economy and business class travel between now and December 10, 2017.
Privilege Club members are also eligible for double miles for tickets purchases made during this sale (registrations for offer is required).
Qatar Airways CEO, sometimes hot headed but always entertaining and outspoken, Akbar Al Baker made some not so nice comments about US based airlines and crews in an event held at the InterContinental hotel in Dublin that got recorded and uploaded to YouTube.
These comments are somewhat surprising because Qatar Airways is in the process of acquiring 4.75% stake in American Airlines (maximum it can purchase without the AA board’s approval) and would like to have it raised to 10%.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Qatar Airways Business Class midweek excursion fares between Venice and Bangkok.
In light of the recent crisis in the gulf surrounding Qatar and their alleged support of terrorism, Qatar Airways CEO always maintained that the airline will ride it out and continue their growth process on schedule.
Even though he mentioned previously that Qatar Airways would continue to take delivery of ordered jets as planned the carrier has now cancelled four Airbus A350 on the grounds of delays caused by Airbus.
Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Qatar Airways Business Class excursion fares between Helsinki and Bangkok.