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Qatar Airways wins 'Best Long Haul Airline'

Posted 26 January 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has been awarded best long haul airline at the 2017 Business Travel Awards held in London at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane.

The award was presented to Qatar Airways Country Manager UK & Ireland, Morena Bronzetti, by comedian and impressionist, Rory Bremner.

The Business Travel Awards recognise and praise the achievements of the travel industry’s prominent and best companies which have performed exceptionally throughout the past year. The independent panel of judges included the most experienced buyers in the business to leading consultants and high quality journalists. “Comfort, convenience and choice” is how the judges summed up Qatar Airways’ offering in this category. “Qatar Airways offers a fantastic long haul network and an outstanding CSR programme but the big differentiator is its total customer-centric approach to service.”

Qatar Airways country manager UK & Ireland, Morena Bronzetti, said: “We are very proud to be presented with the Best Long Haul Airline award. It is an amazing accolade in this market and it resonates worldwide. This award demonstrates our commitment to continuously provide our passengers with the best service through investment we make in our fleet and our innovative products. The UK is a key market for Qatar Airways with 72 flights per week into our hub in Doha, connecting passengers to over 150 worldwide destinations. We are delighted that key people in the aviation industry as well as many customers have recognised us today as the leading player in long haul travel.”

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