Qatar Airways announces ‘Double The Luxury’ offer on world’s best Business Class

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Qatar Airways is offering customers in Sri Lankan a fabulous ‘Double The Luxury’ promotion for Premium Class travel to exciting destinations around the world.
Passengers booking a Business Class or First Class ticket (where Business Class is not available) will receive a complimentary ticket for a companion by just paying the taxes and applicable surcharges. 
The promotion runs from May 11 to 17, 2015 and is valid for travel from May 15 to December 10, 2015. Other terms and conditions apply.  
Qatar Airways’ passengers can enjoy this saving when booking through qatarairways.com/globalsale or through any Qatar Airways sales office or its travel agency partners. Qatar Airways Senior Vice President Commercial Qatar Ehab Amin said, “This is a special promotion for our loyal customers travelling with Qatar Airways to experience the world’s best Business Class and also the award-winning lounge facilities at Hamad International Airport.
“We want to thank our loyal passengers for their ongoing support, loyalty and appreciation of our award-winning five-star in-flight product and onboard service. All around the world, our passengers can take advantage of our ever-growing network which now includes more than 140 destinations, with convenient flights via Doha.” Qatar Airways serves 146 business and leisure destinations around the world with 157 modern aircraft, including such destinations as London, Paris, New York, Milan, Mumbai, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Dubai via the airline’s state-of-the-art hub, Hamad International Airport.

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