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Qatar Airways launches travel together, save together campaign

Posted 28 November 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has launched its first travel together, save together campaign giving 30 per cent off available fares across the airline's award-winning First, Business and Economy cabins.

Travellers flying in groups of three to nine can take advantage of a number of amazing deals, to some of the world’s most popular travel destinations, when booking between 28 November and 5 December 2016 for travel until 15 June 2017. For families travelling with kids and booking direct with the airline, Qatar Airways is also offering the ‘kids fly free offer’. Travellers booking online will also receive Qatar Duty Free shopping vouchers offering up to 25 per cent off purchases made at Qatar Duty Free retail outlets at Hamad International Airport. In addition all travellers making a booking can enjoy double Qmiles on flight purchases. Terms and Conditions apply; and customers should visit qatarairways.com/traveltogether at the time of booking for more information.

The promotion also includes special tour packages available through select travel agents and customers are urged to contact their preferred travel agent or Qatar Airways sales office for more information.

Qatar Airways country manager UK & Ireland, Morena Bronzetti, said: “The travel together, save together promotion is the true embodiment of the Qatar Airways brand. We’re committed to going places together and creating memories with the guests who choose to fly with us, and the travel together save together offer is the perfect opportunity for travellers to share the spirit of adventure with their nearest and dearest. With this offer travelers can treat loved ones to a holiday in the Seychelles, grab a group of friends and take them to Krabi, or seek adventure off the beaten track to Auckland. Wherever our guests explore, we’re sure they will create memories together that they will cherish forever.”

To encourage the theme of Travelling Together, Qatar Airways has also launched a social media competition this week, offering the winners and up to four friends the chance to travel on the airline’s global network of more than 150 destinations.

The competition, which will run until 5 December on Facebook, encourages participants to upload a group photo using #QRTravelTogether, describing why a group of friends or family should win the return tickets*.

The travel together, save together promotion is eligible across all classes of travel, with group bookings available on Qatar Airways’ ultra-luxurious First Class, the World’s Best Business Class as voted by Skytrax 2016, or in Qatar Airways’ industry leading Economy Class. Guests are treated to an on-board dining experience inspired by celebrated chefs, served and attended to by award-winning cabin crew. Travellers stay connected with on-board Wi-Fi and will be entertained with more than 3,000 entertainment options available on Qatar Airways’ award-winning in-flight entertainment system, Oryx One.

 

 

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