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Qatar Airways have unveiled their highly anticipated and revolutionary new Qatar Airways Business Class experience. The customisable private suites, named QSuite. This is a first for Business Class travel, reshaping the industry and expectations for global business travellers.
QSuite features the industry’s first double bed available in Business Class. The privacy panels can stow away allowing passengers to create their own private room. For those choosing to sleep a little longer, make the most of the ‘Do Not Disturb’ option available on the door of your QSuite. The wake-up Express Breakfast will still be available for you.
The QSuite revolutionises the concept of business class travel. Adjustable panels and moveable TV monitors in the centre four seats to create a first-ever ‘party of four’ seat configuration. This allows colleagues, friends or families travelling together to work, dine and socialise together. The new features provide the ultimate travel experience where you can create your own environment. Qatar Airways Business Class are also introducing a new Business Class menu which offers a selection of sharing snack dishes available throughout the flight.
Flying with Qatar Airways Business Class has never been so luxurious. Each seat is crafted with hand-stitched Italian leather and satin rose gold finishing, bringing a new level of luxury and style to Qatar Airways Business Class seats. In addition to the new concept that is the QSuite, Qatar Airways is also launching a new food and drink concept, hosting a menu of new dining options.
Qatar Airways have recently announced partnership with The White Company to provide exclusively-designed Business Class sleeper suits. The luggage brand BRIC’s are to provide the bespoke new amenity kits featuring luxurious Italian products by Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio.
This ground-breaking revive to Business Class travel comes as Qatar Airways celebrate their 20th year of global operations. The new QSuite concept will be retrofitted on to the existing Qatar Airways fleet stating from June 2017, starting with London, followed by Paris and New York’s JFK.