Qatar Airways is the national airline of the State of Qatar. Based in Doha, the Airline’s trend-setting on-board product focuses on: comfort, fine cuisine, the latest in-flight audio & video entertainment, award-winning service and a modern aircraft fleet averaging around 4 years of age. Awards by industry audit Skytrax - Airline of the Year (2011, 2012, 2015) - World's Best Business Class (2013, 2014) - Best Lounge - Business Class (2014) - Best Airline in the Middle East (2014, 2015) - Best Business Class Seat (2015) By 2015, Qatar Airways plans to serve more than 150 key business and leisure destinations worldwide with a fleet of more than 150 aircraft. The airline flies to Australia, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, North America, and South America. We welcome you to join and participate in our communities. Qatar Airways is looking for the very best candidates to help support the Airline's incredible growth.
Type
Private
HQ
Doha, QA
Founded
1997
Size (employees)
20,847 (est)+2%
Qatar Airways was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Doha, QA
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Qatar Airways Office Locations

Qatar Airways has offices in Doha, Chicago, New York and London
Doha, QA (HQ)
Airport Road, Tower 1
London, GB
87 Brompton Rd
Chicago, US
1310 John Hancock Center 875 N Michigan Ave
New York, US
7630 350 5th Ave
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1997
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Qatar Airways News and Updates

Qatar Airways announce codeshare with revamped Air Italy

Following Qatar Airways' 2017 purchase of 49% of Meridiana and its subsequent relaunch as Air Italy in February of this year, the Middle Eastern carrier has announced a new codeshare between the two airlines. The post Qatar Airways announce codeshare with revamped Air Italy appeared first on Travel…

Qatar Airways CEO Calls Blockade a ‘Challenge to Civilization’

The CEO of Qatar Airways may be vowing expansion and growth, but the blockade is clearly serving its purpose — to put serious financial pressure on the carrier and country. -Sarah Enelow

Qatar Airways opens non-stop service to Thai second city

Qatar Airways opens non-stop service to Thai second city

Qatar Airways Shows Defiance Despite Impact of Saudi-Led Blockade

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker is often defiant, no matter the situation. So it's little surprise he's pledging his carrier can continue to launch successful routes despite the blockade of its home country. But that's easier said than done. -Brian Sumers

Qatar Airways Keen on Taking a Bigger Slice of Cathay Pacific

Other airlines say they're adapting to what younger travelers want. But not all of them actually do it. Delta seems to be ahead of many of its competitors. And that's a good thing. -Patrick Whyte

Vietjet and Qatar Airways sign interline agreement

Vietjet and Qatar Airways sign interline agreement
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