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Qatar Airways Opens Offices in Washington, Houston and New York

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Doha-based Qatar Airways has opened an office in the US capital city of Washington, DC, with two more offices to officially open this week, one in Houston and the other in New York.

The openings mark the second anniversary of Qatar Airways entering the US market with flights to New York and Washington, DC direct from the airline’s hub in Doha, capital of the State of Qatar. The airline also recently added Houston as its third US gateway city.

 Qatar Airways’ CEO Akbar Al Baker, said, “Our offices are staffed by trained, dedicated and courteous professionals who are prepared to help with any travel request. Our on-the-ground customer service experience is as remarkable as our award-winning inflight Five Star experience which means excellence in all that we do with exceptional attention to detail.”

“While other airlines across the United States and around the world are scaling back on their staffing, flights and offices, Qatar Airways is completely committed to growing our presence and raising the service bar not only in America, but throughout our global network,” added Al Baker.

In March, Qatar Airways launched scheduled flights to Houston, initiating an extensive 2009 expansion programme. A further six new routes will be launched over the next few months, including the Indian cities of Amritsar (October 11) and Goa (October 25); Melbourne (December 6) and Sydney (date to be confirmed) in Australia subject to government approval; and a further two, as yet, unannounced routes in Europe.

Qatar Airways currently operates a modern fleet of 69 aircraft to 82 destinations worldwide.

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