4 SEPTEMBER 2017

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Article from BTNews 4 SEPTEMBER 2017

Ultra dining from Qatar

First and Business Class passengers are being offered a new perk on Qatar Airways with a pre-select dining service on selected flights from Doha to Europe, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. Other routes will follow.

Premium passengers can choose one main course from the à la carte on-board menu from 14 days in advance up to 24hr before flight departure. The scheme is in addition to the existing dining-on-demand service already available in First and Business classes.

To pre-select a meal, passengers log-on to ‘My Trips’ on the Qatar Airways website and choose from the seasonal menus available on their flights. Meals can also be ordered through the airline’s mobile app.

The carrier says the latest offer is designed to take its inflight service to a new level and complements the new Business Class introduced earlier this year which brought in the Qsuite seat (BTN 13 March).

The airline, which has a 200-aircraft fleet and a network of more than 150 destinations, is also busy in other areas, with plans to introduce 26 new cities between now and the end of 2018, including Chiang Mai, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco and Santiago in Chile.

www.qatarairways.com

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