Qsuite sets a new standard in luxury travel, bringing a First Class Experience to Business Class. The announcement follows the news that Qatar Airways will launch direct flights to Langkawi later this year.
KUALA LUMPUR – Qatar Airways is delighted to announce that it will be bringing its award-winning Business Class experience, Qsuite, to its Kuala Lumpur route starting 15 July 2019 on flights QR 844 and QR845.
The innovative, patented Business Class seat has set a new standard for luxury travel in the aviation industry by featuring the industry’s first-ever double bed available in Business Class. It also offers privacy panels that stow away, which enable passengers to create their own private space, making it easier for families, business partners or other groups to socialise with each other more personally.
“We are delighted to introduce our Qsuite Business Class experience to our travelers in Kuala Lumpur. We have certainly brought a whole new meaning to business and luxury travel with Qsuite, which has set a benchmark in the aviation industry. The availability of Qsuite on Kuala Lumpur flights will definitely enhance the way people travel to and from the nation’s capital,” said Qatar Airways Senior Vice President Asia Pacific, Mr Marwan Koleilat.
“The addition of Qsuite to the Kuala Lumpur route highlights our continuous commitment to providing the highest quality and service to our valued customers. We want to ensure that their travel experience is one that is luxurious, sophisticated and uniquely tailored to their needs,” he added.
The announcement comes just weeks after the news that Langkawi will be the added to Qatar Airways’ global route network later this year.
The award-winning airline first launched service to Malaysia in December 2001, and currently operates a triple-daily service to Kuala Lumpur. It then launched its service to its second Malaysian destination, Penang, in February 2018 and flies there four-times weekly.
Qatar Airways currently flies to more than 160 destinations worldwide while operating a modern fleet of 250 aircraft through its hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA). In March 2019, the airline celebrated the arrival of its 250th aircraft in its ever-growing fleet of passenger, cargo and executive aircraft.
The airline has also revealed that it will be adding a number of exciting new destinations to its extensive route network in 2019/2020, including Izmir, Turkey; Rabat, Morocco; Malta; Langkawi, Malaysia; Davao, Philippines; Lisbon, Portugal and Mogadishu, Somalia.
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