Qatar Airways brings back Global Travel Boutique

01-12-2018 9:24 am

Qatar Airways is delighted to announce its first global sales campaign of the year, the popular ‘Global Travel Boutique,’ offering passengers discounts across all of the airline’s cabin classes.

The Global Travel Boutique is back with an exclusive selection of savings and offers to memorable places around the world in Economy Class, and many more discounts from Qatar Duty Free (QDF).

Passengers are invited to plan their next trip with Qatar Airways and take advantage of up to 35 per cent discounts on Economy Class fares. Families with children can also enjoy special discounts with a kids special offer.

Qatar Airways chief commercial officer, Ehab Amin, said, “We are delighted to usher in 2018 with our Global Travel Boutique promotion, our first sales campaign of the year. This promotion follows the success of last year’s Global Travel Boutique campaign, offering our passengers tremendous discounts on fares across all cabin classes. This promotion is a wonderful way to start to 2018, and we invite all of our passengers to take advantage of the exciting discounts.”

Passengers will also have the chance to earn double Qmiles on all bookings made from 9-16 Jan. 2018 with travel until Dec. 2018.

Passengers can now book flights to the most popular destinations on Qatar Airways’ extensive global network, with Economy Class fares starting at $1,085 to Bangkok, $1,322 to Colombo, $1078 to Kochi, and $920 to Delhi with further discounts offered on recently-launched destinations.

The promotion will also provide Qatar Airways passengers up to 15 per cent discounts on Al Maha Services and Lounge access, up to 10 per cent discount on RCC car rentals and a special discount of 20 per cent for up to four rides with Qatar Airways’ luxury chauffeur service partner, Blacklane.

Qatar Airways will continue expanding its global network throughout 2018 by adding flights to many more exciting destinations including Pattaya, Thailand; Penang, Malaysia and Canberra, Australia, to name just a few.

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