Qatar Airways brings Qsuite to Canberra and Sydney route
The airline will bring its luxurious business class Qsuite experience to Canberra and Sydney from 1 July 2018.
Flights to and from Canberra are about to get a whole lot fancier. Qatar Airways has announced that its award-winning business class Qsuite will be available on flights to and from Canberra via Sydney from July 2018.
The QSuite boasts a private space which you can adapt to suit your travelling needs. You can enjoy private cabins for up to four people and use the movable panels to open up and close off your space whether you’d prefer to socialise or have some private time. This is especially handy if you’re travelling with family or co-workers.
You’re also guaranteed to enjoy some shut eye with fully lie-flat beds and turndown service with pillows, a quilted mattress and a soft duvet as well as The White Company sleepwear and slippers.
No business class experience would be complete without fine dining, including fresh meals prepared by world-class chefs and a fully stocked bar. You can also while away the time with up to 4,000 entertainment options to choose from. You can treat yourself to a luxe amenity kit packed with skincare products and in-flight necessities from Italian luxury brands BRIC’s and Castello Monte Vibiano.
This Canberra route is still fairly new, with this announcement coming less than six months after it was launched in February 2018. The Doha to Canberra flight also makes one stop in Sydney. The route will initially be serviced by Qsuite up to four times a week, with daily services rolling out from 1 August 2018. The QSuite is currently available on select Qatar Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER, Airbus A350-900 and A350-1000 aircrafts.
“Qatar Airways now offers 4,376 seats daily to and from our five Australian gateways, providing Australians with the most technologically-advanced fleet of aircraft in the skies today, and demonstrating the importance of the market to our network,” says Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar Al Baker.
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