Qatar Airways offers free transit Visa and Doha hotel stay in new initiative

May 10, 2017
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Recently the airline revealed its latest premium product “Qsuite”, a fully transformable suite of seats that allows parties of two, three or four to create their own unique space within the Business Class cabin/CFM BUSINESS

, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 10 – Qatar Airways is inviting travelers to turn their layover into a stayover with discounted fares and a free-of-charge hotel stay and transit visa when stopping over in Doha.

Travellers can now enjoy discounts of up to 50 percent on flights on board the airline’s Business class, from 9-22 May for travel until 21 June 2017.

Passengers are also invited to add Doha to their travel plans and experience a true taste of Arabian hospitality with a free one-night hotel stay in one of the Qatari capital’s luxurious four or five-star hotels and a free transit visa.

Passengers can enjoy the world’s best Business Class with fares from Nairobi to Bangkok starting from USD 1,209, Guangzhou starting from USD 1,319, Barcelona from USD 1,369 and London from USD 1,679 applicable from 9-22 May with validity of travel until 21 June 2017. To take advantage of this offer, passenger are invited to visit qatarairways.com/discovertheworld

“We are delighted to be able to offer our passengers fantastic offers on flights on our award-winning premium cabins. This unique offer will allow them to extend their layover into a stayover, giving them the opportunity to experience the many delights Qatar has to offer,” said Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Mr. Ehab Amin.

For detailed information on how to book the stayover, passengers can visit qatarairways.com/plusqatar

Passengers transiting through Doha can extend their stay to make the most of their journey taking in the sights of Doha with a completely free night courtesy of Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority or stay a little longer with a second night’s stay for a modest $50 booking fee.

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