Qatar Airways Resumes Boeing 787-8 Flights to London Heathrow

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[HD videos below] Qatar Airways has resumed Boeing 787 Dreamliner services between Doha and London Heathrow.

The first of the airlines five Boeing 787 Dreamliners returned to service on the Doha Dubai route on 1 May 2013 after a worldwide grounding of the aircraft in January.

The airline will be gradually phasing in Boeing 787 flights over the next few weeks on long-haul routes such as Munich, Frankfurt and Zurich.

Qatar Airways UK Country Manager, Richard Oliver said, We are absolutely delighted to be back in the air with the Boeing 787s in the UK providing our passengers with a unique travel experience. With our Heathrow operations going back up to five flights a day following the re-introduction of the Dreamliner on the London route, we fly to our Doha hub and offer passengers a raft of excellent connections to cities across the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia.

Qatar Airways has 254 custom-made seats across its 787 Business and Economy Class cabins with specially designed interiors. Business Class is configured 121 with 22 seats, while Economy has 232 seats in a 333 layout.

The airlines 787s feature wireless facilities for passengers to remain in touch with those on the ground through the internet and SMS mobile texting across both the Business and Economy cabins.

Inside Qatar Airways Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner - Economy and Business Class Tour - HD.

Qatar Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner Flying Display at Farnborough 2012.

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