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Qatar Airways opens Premium Sales Office in Doha

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 28 February 2008

Qatar Airways has opened a brand new sales, reservations and ticketing office in Doha exclusively for its First and Business Class customers. The Premium Sales Office is located on the C-ring road in Umm Ghuwailina.

Following the success of Qatar Airways award-winning Premium Terminal in Doha which opened more than 12 months ago, the new sales, reservations and ticketing office is based on the same look and feel concept to serve premium customers with the highest levels of attention.

Once they step into the new sales office, visitors will be welcomed by a receptionist and guided to a customer service agent.

Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said the new office was a natural extension of the innovative Premium Terminal for departing and transiting First and Business Class passengers.

We pride ourselves on offering the best levels of service to our customers, whether it is at our Premium Terminal where First and Business Class passengers can unwind and relax before catching their flight, or onboard our aircraft where hospitality is our renowned hallmark worldwide, he said.

The sales office is yet another unique feature offered by Qatar Airways, exclusively for our First and Business Class passengers. From the moment our customers step into the office, they will be assured a hassle-free experience with minimal waiting time.

The new office is open seven days a week. Between Saturday and Thursday, the office is open from 8am to 10pm; Fridays between 3pm and 10pm.

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