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Qatar Airways awarded for on-board entertainment content innovation

Posted 20 February 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has been recognised for its content innovation at the fourth annual in-flight workshop and awards at Aircraft Interiors Middle East, held in partnership with F&E Aerospace. The award recognises the outstanding array of the airline's on-board entertainment platform, Oryx One.

Qatar Airways was commended for offering a wide selection of content to enhance its global passengers’ journeys, including regional content selection tailored to the Middle East market. The award, which the airline received for the second consecutive year, was presented at a ceremony during the exhibition held on 8-9 February at the Dubai World Trade Centre as part of the Inflight IFEC Pavilion Workshop.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker said: “We developed Oryx One to offer our passengers the highest standard in on-board entertainment, and we continually strive to innovate and expand our state-of-the-art entertainment library, unrivalled for its wide range of content in multiple languages. This award recognises the extensive selection we offer to our customers, from the latest premieres, to classic movies, popular TV and special-interest programmes, providing them with a superior entertainment experience to enhance their journey around the world with Qatar Airways.”

Qatar Airways senior vice president marketing and corporate communications, Salam Al Shawa said: “This award is a testament to our continued commitment to enhancing our passengers’ in-flight experience by providing them with the widest selection of high quality, on-board entertainment options. We are delighted to be honoured with this award for the second consecutive year.”

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