An important development in Qatar Airways flights
Qatar Airways has received four new aircrafts, two of which are Airbus A350.The delivery of the new aircraft comes as a part of its efforts to strengthen its global network and support the latest model aircraft, especially Airbus A350 superjumbo.The A350-1000 is the best in terms of fuel efficiency. Qatar Airways is an ideal choice for Qatar Airways to be able to showcase its exceptional services to passengers through this aircraft.
Thanks to its larger size compared to the A350-900, the aircraft will provide additional capacity on Qatar Airways flights to high-flying destinations, further enhancing Qatar Airways’ position at the forefront of the global aviation industry.
The new aircraft offers an additional 44 seats when compared to the A350-900, with 46 Q-Class Business Class seats in a 1-2-1 configuration with the possibility of converting the seats into a full 80-inch bend bed, as well as a high-resolution display 22 inches. Business Class passengers can book tickets at 46 suites, with seats in the center converted into six double beds and six suites for up to four passengers. Economy class consists of 281 seats, distributed in the order of 3-3-3.
Each seat is 19 inches wide, while the space between each seat in front is 32 inches. Qatar Airways is the first global operator of the Airbus A350-1000, one of the most technologically advanced aircraft in the world.
The aircraft is an important addition to Qatar Airways’ fleet and further evidence of its commitment to growth, as it will continue to set the highest standards and services in the aviation industry globally. “As part of our exceptional efforts, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said: To make the best of our passengers, we became the first global operator of the Airbus A350-1000.
With the addition of these new aircraft to our fleet, we will become the largest operator in the world for this model, and will emphasize the fact that we operate one of the most modern fleets in the world with an average age of five years per aircraft. And will allow us to continue to provide exceptional levels of service and luxury to all travelers. ”