Qatar Airways will unveil a brand new business class seat in a world exclusive ceremony to be held on the opening day of the ITB Berlin exhibition from March 8 to 12.
The national carrier will also announce its plans for the year ahead at a media event on March 8 at the world’s leading trade fair for the travel industry.
Guests and visitors to ITB Berlin will be invited to relax in the new business class seat at the airline’s exhibition stand in hall 2.2, booth 208. The booth will offer visitors the opportunity to experience the comfort, entertainment and hospitality offered on board a Qatar Airways flight.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker said, “I am delighted to officially announce that this year’s ITB exhibition will be the location at which we will premier our much-anticipated new business class product. As an airline we strive to offer our passengers the very best, not only in terms of our world class on board experience, but also our expanding global network. At this year’s ITB I look forward to sharing the revolutionary new patented business class seat with the travel industry and worldwide media, alongside many other new and exciting developments to our network.”
ITB Berlin, which is an annual event, showcases a range of travel exhibitors from 187 countries and five continents, providing visitors with information on new products, services and facilities in the tourism industry.
Qatar Airways operates some 35 weekly flights to Germany itself, a country that continues to play an important role in the growth of Qatar Airways, departing from Hamad International Airport to Frankfurt, Munich and Berlin from a network of more than 150 destinations worldwide.
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