Qatar Airways renews partnership with FIFA upto 2030

Agreement to cover several FIFA competitions around the world
2023-11-27
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/ New Delhi
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Qatar Airways renews partnership with FIFA upto 2030

Qatar Airways Group says that the agreement will cover significant FIFA tournaments, including the FIFA World Cup 26, FIFA Women's World Cup 27, and the FIFA World Cup 30

Qatar Airways Group has announced the renewal of its partnership with FIFA until 2030 as the Global Airline Partner of the global football regulator.
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A year after the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Qatar Airways has renewed its partnership with FIFA until 2030 as the Global Airline Partner.

In a press statement, Qatar Airways Group says that the agreement will cover significant FIFA tournaments, including the FIFA World Cup 26, FIFA Women’s World Cup 27, and the FIFA World Cup 30, as well as all youth men’s and women’s tournaments, commencing with the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Indonesia.

According to the statement, Qatar Airways’ renewed partnership will continue to play a vital role in the development of football worldwide.

Badr Mohammed Al Meer

Badr Mohammed Al-Meer

‘‘We are excited to extend our partnership with FIFA as the Global Airline Partner. As an airline, we are committed to connecting the world, and this partnership allows us to reach millions of football fans. Football has the power to unite people across cultures and continents, and we are proud to continue to be part of this incredible journey. We eagerly anticipate the upcoming tournaments and look forward to creating unforgettable experiences for fans around the world,’’ says Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer Badr Mohammed Al-Meer.

Gianni Infantino

Gianni Infantino

“Today I am very proud to announce the renewal of our partnership between Qatar Airways and FIFA. It is a great partnership that has brought a lot of success to FIFA, and of course as well to Qatar Airways. My thanks to Badr Mohammed Al-Meer, the GCEO, and to the whole fantastic team of Qatar Airways. One year after the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, here we are again to celebrate,” says FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

The statement adds that Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Badr Mohammed Al-Meer joined FIFA President, Gianni Infantino, for the signing ceremony on the one-year anniversary of the FIFA World Cup Qatar. The extended partnership was announced at the Hamad International Airport, against the backdrop of the airline’s Boeing 787-8 as well as the Airbus A350-900.

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