Qatar Airways will offer 100 days of free Super Wi-Fi service to all its passengers to celebrate the increase to 100 aircraft equipped with high-speed Super Wi-Fi service.
Connecting millions of passengers to their loved ones with airborne Super Wi-Fi service since 2018, the airline continues to provide superior service with its young fleet of modern and fuel-efficient aircraft in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.
Qatar Airways offers 100 days of free in-flight Super Wi-Fi connectivity to all passengers to celebrate the fact that 100 of its state-of-the-art aircraft are equipped with high speed broadband.
The airline, which enables its passengers to stay in touch with their families, friends and colleagues by using the fastest broadband service during the flight with Super Wi-Fi, will offer this service free of charge from September 25 until January 2, 2021. With 100 Super Wi-Fi-enabled aircraft in the sky, Qatar Airways is currently the airline with the largest number of aircraft equipped with the highest-speed broadband in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.
Qatar Airways Group CEO, Akbar Al Baker, said: “In these challenging times, Qatar Airways continues to lead and innovate by offering its passengers the five-star experience they expect from 'World's Best Airline. We are pleased to offer high speed broadband connectivity to all our passengers throughout their flight, from departure to arrival. ” He added: “Using this era, other airlines are limiting their Wi-Fi offerings, but at Qatar Airways we are not only demonstrating our exceptional service during these challenging times, but also proving that our mission to connect people from all over the world does not only begin with travel. We understand the importance of keeping people connected to the internet at all times, whether on the ground or at 35 feet, especially in these last months.
The airline's 100 aircraft use the award-winning GX Aviation technology from global mobile satellite communications provider Inmarsat. Since its launch in 2018 in the airline's fleet, this service has enabled millions of passengers to surf the web while relaxing on the plane, check social media, access video content, and more. Qatar Airways passengers on GX Aviation-equipped flights can get up to one hour of free access to Super Wi-Fi service, with a full on-flight purchase feature, if more online time is needed.
Qatar Airways, which has many awards, was named the "Best Airline in the World" at the 2019 World Airline Awards managed by Skytrax. In addition, thanks to Qsuite, its groundbreaking Business Class experience, it was named "Best Airline in the Middle East", "World's Best Business Class" and "Best Business Class Seat". Recognized as the pinnacle of excellence in the airline industry five times, and the coveted "Skytrax Airline of the Year" title, it became the only airline to receive the title. HIA (Hamad International Airport) was selected as the “World's Third Best Airport” among 2020 airports worldwide by Skytrax World Airport Awards 550.
According to the latest data of IATA; Qatar Airways has become the largest international airline to fulfill its mission of taking people home from April to July. This allowed the airline to gain a unique experience in transporting passengers with the utmost attention to safe and hygienic rules and to effectively rebuild the flight network. The carrier also effectively implemented the most advanced safety and hygiene measures at its home, Hamad International Airport.
In-flight security measures provided by Qatar Airways include Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for cabin crew and a free protective kit and disposable face shields for passengers. On aircraft equipped with Qsuite, Business Class passengers can enjoy a wealth of personal space and freedom, including the option to use the privacy mobile parts of this award-winning seat and the “Do Not Disturb” indicator. Qsuite; It is available on flights to more than 30 destinations, including Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, London and New York. For full details of the measures implemented, you can visit qatarairways.com/safety.
Qatar Airways' flight operations are not limited to any particular type of aircraft. The airline's modern, fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly fleet means it can continue to fly by offering the right capacity in every market. Due to the impact COVID-19 had on travel demand, the airline decided to land its Airbus 380 fleet, believing that it was not commercially or environmentally correct to use such a large aircraft in the current market. Airline; It continues to fly '49 Airbus 350 and 30 Boeing 787 fleet' to Africa, America, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions, as they are strategically the ideal choice for long-distance routes.
Hamad International Airport (HIA), the hub for Qatar Airways, implements strict cleaning procedures and social distancing measures throughout its terminals. Passenger contact points are sterilized at 10-15 minutes intervals and boarding gates and bus gate counters are cleaned after each flight. There are also hand sanitizers available at immigration and security screening points.
HIA was selected as the “World's Third Best Airport” among 2020 airports worldwide by the SKYTRAX World Airport Awards 550. HIA was also awarded the "Best Airport in the Middle East" for the sixth consecutive time and the "Best Personnel Service in the Middle East" awards for the fifth time.
The airline also has generous reservation and refund policies so that its passengers can plan their travels with peace of mind. For more information, visit qatarairways.com/RelyOnUs.