Qatar Airways brings its revolutionary ‘QSuite’ to the Middle East

World’s leading airline to showcase the revolutionary ‘FIRST IN BUSINESS CLASS’ experience at this year’s Arabian Travel Market
Qatar Airways set to reveal another ‘first’ at the airline’s much-anticipated annual press conference
Each year thousands of visitors attend Qatar Airways’ exhibition stand to learn of the airline’s future developments and expansion plans

DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Airways will showcase its unique and revolutionary new premium travel experience, Qsuite, for the first time in the Middle East at next week’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), the region’s leading travel trade fair taking place 24 to 27 April in Dubai. Following the hugely successful global reveal in Berlin last month, this will be the first time industry experts in the Gulf will get to experience the new design and interchangeable suites.

Known for introducing world-firsts to the airline industry, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker is also set to introduce another ground-breaking experience for passengers at the airline’s annual press conference on the exhibition’s opening day, to gathering media from around the world.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are looking forward to another successful ATM this year and to introducing the new revolutionary new Business Class seat to the travel industry and media partners within the Middle East, a product that will revolutionise global premium travel. Qatar Airways is known the world over for setting the highest possible standard in customer experience, and it is with much anticipation that I look forward to sharing with visitors at the show our latest developments.”



  1. Qatar Airways Cargo supports the European air trade market with freighters to 14 destinations and belly-hold cargo services to 38 destinations. Its a good news for middle east countries. Thanks for sharing the above information.

  2. But sadly, now Gulf states and other Arab countries have cut all ties with the nation of Qatar. Qatar Airways will no longer be able to fly to Europe and the U.S. through Saudi and Egyptian airspace. This means the incredibly lucrative market of flights connecting Europe and the U.S. to Asia is now up for grabs.


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