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Qatar Airways Launches Daily All-First Class Service to Jeddah

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 18 June 2015

Qatar Airways has launched a new daily All-First Class service from its hub in Doha to Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to coincide with the start of Ramadan.

With the additional daily flight starting from today (18 June), services to Jeddah will rise from double-daily flights to triple-daily flights.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said, The demand for premium group travel continues to grow especially during the Ramadan season, and therefore we have introduced this All-Premium A319 to Jeddah further strengthening Qatar Airways position as a five-star airline providing the best First and Business Class service in the industry.

The Airbus A319 aircraft is fitted with an All-Premium Class, single aisle, 2-2 seating configuration with 40 seats.

Qatar Airways A319 First-Class seats, which recline into fully-flat beds, have one of the highest specifications for premium travel of any airline. The inflight entertainment system, Oryx One, features the same options that are available on Qatar Airways, with up to 2,000 choices of movies, music and games. Personal entertainment can be enjoyed with the latest-generation systems and noise-cancelling headphones.

Qatar Airways passengers on the A319 All-First Class flight will also be able to experience the Al Mourjan Business Lounge at Dohas state-of-the-art Hamad International Airport.

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