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  1. 1. QATAR AIRWAYS FACT SHEET (September 2011) AIRLINE OF THE YEAR 2011 (Skytrax global airline industry survey) Description: Qatar Airways is the national carrier of the State of Qatar. Currently undergoing rapid expansion, Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Launched: January 20, 1994 Ownership Structure: Government of State of Qatar (50%) and private shareholders (50%) Head Office: Qatar Airways Tower P.O. Box 22550 Doha, Qatar Tel: (+ 974) 4449 6000 Fax: (+ 974) 4462 1533 Reservations: Tel: (+974) 4449 6666; Fax: (+974) 4462 2486 Website: Chief Executive Officer: Mr. Akbar Al Baker Worldwide Network: 105 destinations Expansion in 2011 Bucharest, ROMANIA (January 17) Budapest, HUNGARY (January 17) Brussels, BELGIUM (January 31) Stuttgart, GERMANY (March 6) Aleppo, SYRIA (April 6) Shiraz, IRAN (June 5) Venice, ITALY (June 15) Montreal, CANADA (June 29) Medina, SAUDI ARABIA (July 14) Kolkata (Calcutta), INDIA (July 27) Sofia, BULGARIA (September 14) Oslo, NORWAY (October 5) Entebbe, UGANDA (November 2) Chongqing, CHINA (November 28) Expansion in 2012 Baku, AZERBAIJAN (February 1) Tbilisi, GEORGIA (February 1) Frequency increases on many existing routes 1
  2. 2. Current Fleet 15 Boeing 777-300ERs (Passenger and Cargo) 8 Boeing 777-200LRs (98 aircraft) 2 Boeing 777F Cargo Freighters 4 Airbus A340-600s 23 Airbus A320s 16 Airbus A330-200s 13 Airbus A330-300s 3 Airbus A300-600 Cargo Freighters 2 Airbus Long Range A319LRs 12 Airbus A321-200s Corporate Jet Subsidiary 3 Bombardier Challenger 605s Qatar Executive 1 Bombardier Global Express XRS (5 aircraft) 1 Bombardier Global 5000 Fleet on Order: 80 Airbus A350s (including options) 60 Boeing 787s (including options) 15 Boeing 777s (including freighters and options) 10 Airbus A320s (Family aircraft) 5 Airbus A380-800s 1 Bombardier Global 5000 Europe: Ankara, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, London Heathrow, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Nice, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Venice, Vienna and Zurich. Middle-East & Africa: Abu Dhabi, Aleppo, Alexandria, Algiers, Amman, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Cape Town, Casablanca, Damascus, Dammam, Khartoum, Dar es Salaam, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Johannesburg, Kuwait, Lagos, Luxor, Mashad, Medina, Muscat, Nairobi, Riyadh, Sanaa, Shiraz, Tehran, Tripoli and Tunis. South Asia: Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru (Bangalore), Chennai, Cochin, Colombo, Delhi, Dhaka, Goa, Hyderabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Kozhikode, Lahore, Mumbai, Peshawar and Trivandrum. Indian Ocean: Maldives and Seychelles. Asia Pacific: Bali, Bangkok, Beijing, Cebu, Guangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Osaka, Phuket, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. North America: Houston, New York, Washington DC and Montreal. South America: Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires. Cargo Destinations: Over 20 dedicated freighter routes to destinations within Qatar Airways’ global operations, including 4 (Frankfurt Hahn, Amsterdam, Chicago and Sialkot) not served by the airline’s scheduled passenger network. Codeshare Partners: All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, bmi (British Midland), Gol Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, 2
  3. 3. Middle East Airlines, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, SNCF. Special Features: 180-degree horizontal flat beds in First Class beds on both Airbus A330s and A340s. All classes in these aircraft type have personal video screens. A340s and A330-300s feature 15-inch seatback LCD TV screens in Business and First Class and the long-haul fleet has a unique Audio Video On Demand entertainment system. The Boeing 777 fleet features 180-degree horizontal flat bed Business Class sleeper seats with a seat pitch of 78 inches, while Economy Class has a seat pitch of up to 34 inches. All passengers have access to seat-back TV screens and an interactive audio and video entertainment system with more than 900 different entertainment options. First and Business Class passengers on other aircraft are offered individual Sony Watchmans with access to a video library of more than 20 titles. Premium Terminal – world’s first dedicated terminal for First and Business Class passengers opened at Doha International Airport in Winter 2006 and recently underwent an expansion which increased the Business Class Lounge seating capacity by 80 percent. Features a spa, jacuzzi, fine dining, meeting rooms and duty-free shopping. Privilege Club: Qatar Airways’ Privilege Club loyalty programme has reciprocal agreements with international airlines and tie-ups with hotel & car rental companies worldwide Airlines: Lufthansa’s Miles and More, Middle East Airlines’ Cedar Miles, All Nippon Airways’ Mileage Club, bmi Diamond Club, Kingfisher Airlines’ King Club, US Airways’ Dividend Miles, Asiana Airlines’ Asiana Club, United Airlines’ Mileage Plus frequent flyer schemes. Privilege Club Members can redeem their Qmiles on Virgin Atlantic flights. Hotels: Aloft, Hilton, Conrad, Rotana, Shangri-La, Kempinski, Radisson SAS, Golden Tulip, Movenpick, Marco Polo, Taj, Claridge’s, Four Points by Sheraton, Langham, Le Meridien, Sheraton, St. Regis, The Berkeley, The Connaught, The Luxury Collection, Westin and W Hotels Other Partners: Sixt, Hertz, Budget, Eurostar, American Express, Commercial Bank, Qatar National Bank No. Of Employees: Airline: 13,000; Subsidiaries: 6,000 Divisions: Qatar Aircraft Catering Company, Doha International Airport, Qatar Airways Holidays, Internal Media Services, Qatar Duty Free, Privilege Club, Qatar Aviation Services, Qatar Distribution Company and Qatar Executive. For Further Information: Qatar Airways Group Corporate Communications Department, P.O. Box 22550, Doha, Qatar. Tel: +974 4449 6956; Fax: +974 4462 0132 Email: Website: 3