Qatar Airways, the national airline of Qatar, has received three awards: "World's Leading Airline", "World's Leading Airline — Business Class" and "World's Leading Airline Lounge — Business Class: Al Mourjan Business Lounge" at Hamad International Airport.
Qatar Airways announced its recent triumph at the World Travel Awards, where the airline was recognised with multiple accolades for its unwavering commitment to excellence and travel experience. The "World's Leading Airline" award acknowledges Qatar Airways' dedication to passenger satisfaction. The airline consistently provides quality, comfort and service to its passengers, and ensures a seamless and enjoyable travel experience for all.
The "World's Leading Airline — Business Class" award reinforces it as the best way to travel, owing to its unparalleled quality service and luxury. The acclaimed Qsuite has won yet another title emphasising its stature as the most unforgettable way to fly.
The award for the "World's Leading Airline Lounge — Business Class: Al Mourjan Business Lounge" is a crowning achievement for Qatar Airways and Hamad International Airport. This sustainable lounge creates an immersive experience in a serene atmosphere; ideal for business, leisure and family travellers.
Qatar Airways Group CEO Eng Badr Mohamed al-Meer said: "Qatar Airways is committed to pushing the boundaries of excellence and is proud of the recognition we have received at the World Travel Awards. These accolades reinforce our dedication to delivering nothing short of exceptional services to our passengers at each touchpoint."
World Travel Awards Founder Graham E Cooke said: "Qatar Airways continues to soar to new heights, and I am delighted that both the industry and the general public have acknowledged this unrivalled excellence by voting it 'World's Leading Airline 2023', 'World's Leading Airline — Business Class 2023' and 'World's Leading Airline Lounge — Business Class 2023'. The commitment of the entire Qatar Airways team serves as an inspiration to us all."
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