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Qatar Airways officially opens its new Oryx International School

Posted 15 November 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has officially opened its new Oryx International School, a premium education facility dedicated to the children of the airline's employees.

The school reflects Qatar Airways’ commitment to its staff, by ensuring both employees and their children receive the first-class training and education needed to excel.

The school was opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by  Dr. Mohammed Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and Higher Education and Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar Al Baker. 

Al Baker said: “Qatar Airways has a commitment to its employees, and we are proud to extend this commitment to now include their children by providing them with a facility that is dedicated to ensuring they receive the highest level of education. The Oryx International School will deliver to the same standard as our airline, offering impeccable education, delivered through a strong curriculum by the finest teachers. This is our way of ensuring that Qatar Airways is not only the best airline but also provides the best opportunities to our colleagues and their families too.”

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