To mark its 25th anniversary, Qatar Airways launches a global sales campaign offering reduced prices on Premium and Economy cabins up to 25 percent for Indian passengers. The offer is applicable for a week, from January 10, 2022. In addition to special savings on seat selection, extra baggage allowance, hotel bookings and car rental, the airline is also rewarding passengers joining its frequent flyer programme, the Privilege Club with 2,500 bonus Qmiles straight into their accounts.
Passengers entering the airline’s loyalty programme can avail this offer using the enrolment promo code FLYQR22. Indian passengers planning their travel to Qatar can take advantage of this campaign valid till January 16, 2022 that can be booked either on their official website, local Qatar Airways sales office or their travel agents. The airline has bagged many awards and accolades since its inception in 1997. Recently, it was named the ‘Airline of the Year’ by the international air transport organisation, Skytrax, for the sixth time.
Qatar Airways has become the first global airline in the world to achieve the 5-Star Covid-19 airline safety rating by Skytrax. This follows the success of Hamad International Airport (HIA) as the first airport in the Middle East and Asia to be awarded a Skytrax 5-Star Covid-19 airport safety rating.
Over the past few years, Privilege Club, the official frequent flyer programme of the FIFA World Cup Qatar, 2022, has entered into multiple partnerships with JetBlue, OneWorld amongst other airlines partners as well as a number of financial and lifestyle partners. This increases the travellers’ opportunities of earning Qmiles while flying with Qatar Airways. To extend the benefits to members including Silver, Gold, Platinum, Privilege Club has upgraded their tier status which is due for renewal between December 2021 and December 2022.
The Qmiles can be redeemed towards a range of rewards including award flights, cabin upgrades, extra baggage and much more. Currently, their network bandwidth stands at over 140 destinations and is growing.