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Posted On: 20 August 2013 01:58 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:13 pm

Qatar Airways to extend Boeing 787 Dreamliner services to India

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Qatar Airways has announced plans to extend its Boeing 787 Dreamliner route network to India with the launch of services to and from Delhi and Bangalore starting next month. “In line with our commitment to offer our passengers the most exceptional travel experience, we are delighted to introduce Qatar Airways’ Dreamliner on two of our important Indian routes. The introduction of our Dreamliner service provides our passengers with an unbeatable level of service and comfort besides reiterating our firm belief in the 787s unrivalled capabilities and the value it will add to Qatar Airways’ plans to continue delivering on its promise of quality,” said Akbar al Baker Chief Executive Officer of Qatar airways. “Our 787s provide a game-changing experience with specially designed interiors, spacious cabins and custom-made seats in both Business and Economy Class. We are confident that our patrons flying to and from Delhi and Bengalore routes will luxuriate in the enhanced travel experience on-board the Qatar Airways’ Dreamliner,” he added. Qatar Airways has 254 custommade seats across its 787 Business and Economy Class cabins with specially designed interiors. Business Class is configured in a 1 “2 “1 seat layout with 22 seats and all seats are fully reclinable. Economy Class has a 232 seating capacity in a 3 “3 “3 layout. The Qatar airway’s 787s are the world’s first fully connected Dreamliners with wireless facilities for passengers which help them to remain in touch with friends and colleagues on the ground through the internet and SMS mobile texting across both Business and Economy cabins. India remains to be a key market for Qatar Airways. Indian operations cover daily services to Doha from Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Trivandrum, Chennai and Bangalore currently, together with 11-flightsa- week from Cochin and double daily flights from Delhi. Source:Qatar Chronicle