Qatar Airways opens Premium Lounge at Dubai Airport

May 5, 2016
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Presently, Qatar Airways flies 133 times weekly to Dubai’s two airports, with 15 flights daily from Doha to Dubai International Airport/COURTESY
Presently, Qatar Airways flies 133 times weekly to Dubai’s two airports, with 15 flights daily from Doha to Dubai International Airport/COURTESY

, NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 5 – Qatar Airways has opened a new Premium Lounge at the Dubai International Airport.

With its new offering, Qatar Airways is cementing its presence in Dubai and providing passengers travelling between Qatar and the Emirate with an exclusive retreat while waiting in the ultra-modern Concourse D.

Presently, Qatar Airways flies 133 times weekly to Dubai’s two airports, with 15 flights daily from Doha to Dubai International Airport.

The Qatar Airways Dubai Premium Lounge is situated near Gate 15 in Dubai International Airport’s Concourse D. First and Business Class passengers, as well as Privilege Club Platinum and Gold members, are encouraged to enjoy the lounge’s facilities, which are set within a modern and a sophisticated space for travellers to relax and rejuvenate before their journey.

Decorated with artistic Arabic calligraphy, Mediterranean-style tiles and calming water fountains, the Dubai Premium Lounge features private family zones, shower facilities, spacious seating areas and serves fresh international cuisine.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker, said the Dubai Premium Lounge is a symbol of the airlines commitment to continuously evolve their customers’ experience, by taking everything a step above expectations.

“This attention to detail, and passion to deliver more to our customers, is what has earned Qatar Airways such a prestigious reputation amongst the international traveller and aviation community,” Baker said.

The opening of the Qatar Airways Dubai Premium Lounge coincided with the Arabian Travel Market, at which the airline hosted visitors in its state-of-the-art exhibition stand.

At the stand, visitors could experience the signature elements which all travel and tourism professionals want to see and experience, such as Business Class and First Class seat displays, as well as new features including an interactive global route network display and a holographic A350 model controlled through with ‘swipe’ or ‘gesture’ technology.

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