20 FEBRUARY 2017

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Article from BTNews 20 FEBRUARY 2017

Qatar's ITB promise

Details of a much-anticipated evolution to Qatar Airways’ award-winning Business Class product are among features due to be unveiled at this year’s ITB Berlin travel trade exhibition in the German capital from 8-12 March.

Qatar says it will be showing a new Business Class seat in a world exclusive ceremony on the opening day of the exhibition, followed by a press conference detailing further plans for the year ahead.

Guests and visitors to ITB will be invited to relax in the new seat on the airline’s exhibition stand in Hall 2.2, booth 208 to experience the service, entertainment and hospitality offered on a Qatar Airways flight.

Group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “This year’s ITB will be the location at which we will premier our new Business Class product.

“As an airline, we strive to offer our passengers the best, not only in terms of our world-class on-board experience but also our expanding global network.

“At this year’s ITB, I look forward to sharing the revolutionary new patented seat with the travel industry and worldwide media, alongside many other new and exciting developments to our network.”

http://www.qatarairways.com

http://www.itb-berlin.de/en

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