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Qatar Airways introduces Q-Suites for in-air luxury


Qatar Airways has become the first airlines to offer luxurious customisable double bed in Business Class with privacy panels that would enable travelers to create their own private rooms during flights.

The customisable private suites are called QSuite and was announced by Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, at the ITB Berlin exhibition. The QSuite is a patented design and according to information offered by Qatar Airways it took two years for the company to design and create the experience that is fit for premium class travel.

QSuite is the first-ever double bed available in Business Class and comes with a range of features that would deliver a private experience in the air. Travelers have the option of adjusting the panels as well as the TV monitors to transform their sitting area into a private suite. This will enable them to work, dine and socialise during the travel taking away boredom of flights.

Luxury has been the center-point of all the design aspects of the new seats says Qatar Airways. Each seat features hand-stitched Italian leather and satin rose gold finishing. Qatar Airways is also launching a new food and beverage concept, introducing a menu that offers a host of new dining choices. In addition to the existing decadent ‘dine on demand’ service, the new Business Class menu will now offer a selection of snack ‘sharing dishes’ available throughout the flight, allowing travellers to turn dining at 35,000 feet into a social experience.

Further, there is an option of wake-up Express Breakfast as well for those who choose to sleep a little longer by making the most of the ‘Do Not Disturb’ option available on the door of their private QSuite.

Qatar Airways will also offer a completely new user interface of its award-winning inflight entertainment platform Oryx One delivering up to 3,000 entertainment options including movies, games and a special children’s menu. The airliner also announced new inflight connectivity that it will start offering from this summer.