Qatar Airways announced that two of its state-of-the-art fleet will be on display at the Paris Air Show at Le Bourget, France. The show opened this Monday, 17 June, and will run until Sunday, 23 June.
Building on a year where the award-winning airline took delivery of its 250th aircraft, introduced a raft of new routes and unveiled a stunning new Economy Class product, the airline will once again take centre stage at one of the world’s biggest air shows, as it welcomes thousands of visitors to its stand.
On display will be Qatar Airways A350-1000 – the world’s most technologically advanced aircraft, featuring unparalled ambience and design, contributing to superior levels of comfort and well-being and setting a new standard in terms of flight experience for all passengers.
Also on display will be the Gulfstream G500, the airline’s ultra-modern executive jet that sets an industry benchmark by offering one of the quietest cabins as well as optimum cabin altitude pressure. Operated by Qatar Executive, the private jet charter division of Qatar Airways Group, the aircraft is perfectly suited for passengers who wish to maximise their travel time while experiencing the ultimate in comfort and privacy.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, HE Akbar Al Baker, said they are delighted to return to this year’s Paris Air Show.
It has been a landmark year for us as we took delivery of our 250th aircraft this March – an incredible achievement for an airline that started with just four aircraft in 1997. At a time when thousands of visitors are coming to France to be part of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ where we are a proud sponsor, we look forward to exhibiting at the Paris Air Show and to welcoming visitors from around the world to our stand to experience our award-winning hospitality.’
The Qatar Airways A350-1000 features the airline’s patented, award-winning Business Class experience, Qsuite, which offers the industry’s first-ever double bed in Business Class, as well as privacy panels that stow away, enabling passengers in adjoining seats to create their own private room, a first of its kind in the industry.
Qatar Airways currently operates a modern fleet of more than 250 aircraft via its hub, Hamad International Airport to more than 160 destinations worldwide. For updates and more information about Qatar Airways, visit qatarairways.com.