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Qatar Airways wins Best Middle East Airline serving China

Posted 25 November 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has been honoured for the fifth year in row as Best Middle East Airline Serving China at the 2016 Business Traveller China Awards.

The Doha-based carrier also claimed the 2016 World Traveller Awards’ Airline with the Best In-flight Entertainment Award and was named one of 2016 Top 10 Airlines by Travel + Leisure China, adding to its illustrious collection of accolades this November.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker said: “We are proud to have once again been recognised as the Best Middle East Airline serving China by Business Traveller China. We take pride in offering a premium product that is second to none in the market today. We remain committed to providing our China-based passengers with unparalleled in-flight and on-the-ground products and services, while creating memorable travel experiences for this important market.”

Qatar Airways North Asia vice president Paul Johannes accepted the Business Traveller China Award on behalf of the airline.

Johannes said: “We are delighted to be receiving these three awards in quick succession here in China this November. The awards are testament to our relentless pursuit of excellence in all that we do – be it from offering the best premium product today, to the extensive Oryx One in-flight entertainment system that is made available to all passengers travelling with us in both Premium and Economy cabins. On behalf of Qatar Airways, I would like to extend my gratitude to our valued passengers who have travelled with us and voted for us.” 

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