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Qatar Airways offers free laptops on US flights

Posted 31 March 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways is offering passengers a laptop loan service in response to the electronics ban.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said; “As an award-winning and global airline we truly appreciate the importance of being able to work on board our aircraft and that is why I have insisted on offering only the best possible solution for our customers. By providing this laptop loan service we can ensure that our passengers on flights to the US can continue to work whilst on-board. This unique ability to offer ‘business as usual’, above and beyond the competition, is yet another example of Qatar Airways justification for being the ‘World’s Best Business Class’.”

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