Qatar Airways UK Contact Details
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|Booking fee:||A £25 per person fee applies to all bookings not made on qatarairways.co.uk|
|General reservations|| 0207 993 8842
(Open Monday-Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 9am-5pm).
|UK Group reservations||0845 658 2917 (Calls will cost 2p per min, plus your phone company’s access charge.)|
|UK Group reservations hours:||9am-5.30pm Monday-Friday, excluding public holidays.|
|Trade support||0844 880 7333 (Calls will cost 7p per min, plus your phone company’s access charge.)|
|Trade support hours:||9am-6pm Monday-Saturday|
|Privilege Club support||0844 880 7334 (Calls will cost 7p per min, plus your phone company’s access charge.)|
|Website support||0207 244 2961|
Qatar Airline Contact Details
Qatar Airline Numbers: +44 (0)33 0024 0125 (Call Centre), +44 (0) 207 993 8842 (24/7 or 24 Hours Contact) RESERVATION & Sales London): +44 (0)161 838 5394 (Manchester); +44 (0)207 341 6000 (Birmingham)
Call sign: Qatari
Country: Qatar (QR)
Type of Airline: Scheduled airline
Address: Qatar Airways Tower 1, next to Al Manna Building, Airport Road, Doha, Qatar
Qatar Airways United Kingdom: Harrods Lower Ground Floor, 87-135, Brompton Road Knightsbridge London, SW1X 7XL, United Kingdom, / Manchester: Room 3363, Level 3, Terminal 2 Manchester Airport, M90 4QX, United Kingdom,
Year founded: 1993
Home airport: DOH
Number of aircraft: 340
Check-in closes: 45 – 60 min.
Online check-in: Yes. Online check-in opens 24 hours before departure.
Seat width: 43, 2 cm
Legroom (seat pitch): 80 – 85 cm
Hand luggage / hold luggage: 7 kg, 23 cm x 40 cm x 55cm
Baggage allowance: 30 kg
Charge for sporting equipment: Qatar Airways accept all sports equipment as checked baggage.
Qatar Airways Description
Qatar Airline is one of the biggest airline in aviation industry and a national carrier of the State of Qatar. Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airline in the world and a partner of different airlines, so in case of passenger traveling with partner airline, earn Qmiles and use airport lounges.
Qatar Airways Fleet
Qatar Airline was started with only four aircrafts but after growing fast in aviation industry, today it operates around 160 aircrafts which includes Airbus and Boeing Aircrafts. Qatar Airways has youngest fleets of this industry, average age of 04 years.
Qatar Airways History
Qatar Airline was founded in 1993 but started operation in 1994 as a regional carrier. Then in 1997 under the mandate of The Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Qatar Airline was relaunched so due to dedication of the Emir it turns into a leading airline of the world.
Qatar Airways was developed under the supervision of Group chief Executive. Mr. Akbar Al Baker was appointed in 1997, who has been playing a vital role in turning Qatar Airways into a world’s best and award winning airline.
For Being Fastest growing carrier and increase of passengers on daily basis, Airline introduced their services over the phone and started a worldwide Call Center for customers to contact Qatar Airline Reservations and General Information Department
Qatar Airways also won the title of Airline of the year in 2011, 2012 and 2015. For being world’s fastest growing carrier, Qatar Airways placed order of 80 aircraft in Dubai Air show in Nov 2011.
Qatar Airways Network
Qatar Airways has a hub in Doha. Airline has a worldwide network of more than 140 destinations, which covers Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia, Middle East, Pacific Asia, South America and North America with modern aircraft of more than 160 passengers.
Qatar Airline Few New Routes
- In 2010, Qatar Airways launched flights new following destinations
- Sao Paulo
- Buenos Aires
- In 2011 started flights to 15 following destinations
- Shiraz (Iran)
- Medina (Saudi Arabia)
- Kolkata (Calcutta)
- Entebbe (Uganda)
- Chongqing (China)
- In 2012, Qatar Airways expanded operations to following destinations
- Baku (Azerbaijan)
- Tbilisi (Georgia)
- Zagreb (Croatia)
- Perth (Australia)
- Kigali (Rwanda)
- Kilimanjaro (Tanzania)
- Yangon (Myanmar)
- Baghdad (Iraq)
- Erbil (Iraq)
- Maputo (Mozambique)
- Belgrade (Serbia)
- Warsaw (Poland)
- In 2013, Qatar Airways has expanded its global footprint to serve:
- Gassim (Saudi Arabia)
- Najaf (Iraq)
- Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
- Chengdu (China)
- Basra (Iraq)
- Sulaymaniyah (Iraq)
- Clark International (Philippines)
- Ta’if (Saudi Arabia)
- Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)
- Hangzhou (China)
- In 2014, the carrier launched flights to following destinations
- Dubai UAE
- Philadelphia (USA)
- Edinburgh (Scotland)
- Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport (Turkey),
- Larnaca (Cyprus)
- Al Hofuf (Saudi Arabia)
- Miami (USA)
- Dallas/Fort Worth (USA)
- Djibouti (Djibouti)
- Asmara (Eritrea)