Qatar Airways launches New Inflight Duty Free Magazine

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Qatar Airways is celebrating the launch of the latest edition of its Inflight Duty Free magazine with a US$40 gift voucher offer for total purchases worth over US$200. Shopping Extravaganza, as the magazine is called, features 193 products, including over 120 new items of which 40 are available exclusively through Qatar Airways.

Time-conscious travellers will be able to purchase Emporio Armani, Aigner, Zeades, Puma and Police watches, which are available for the first time on board the airline. Watches are among the fastest growing categories for Qatar Airways sales onboard.

Premium cigars also make their debut onboard Qatar Airways with a selection of fine cheroots available. The cigar offering complements the variety of leading cigarette brands already for sale onboard.

Miniature Qatar Airways aircraft models, including the companys flagship Boeing 777 aircraft and Airbus A330 aircraft can also be bought through the airlines in-flight Duty Free.

A wide selection of childrens items and souvenir products, including a Qatar Airways Airport set, Qatar Airways plane jigsaw puzzle, and stylised playing cards, key chains and more, are also on offer.

To further improve product knowledge, Qatar Airways cabin crew have received training from some of the airlines brand partners Traveler, Dior, Al Maserve, Swiss Time and La Prairie with trainers flying to Doha to conduct the specialised training.

Members of Qatar Airways Privilege Club frequent flyer programme can continue to earn QMiles on all purchases 2 QMiles for every US$1 spent onboard.

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