You are equipped with fullflat flat-bed seating in business class, which can be up to 180 degrees tilt and offer passengers a completely flat deck surface. These are exciting times for Qatar Airways, and we look forward to the further expansion of our airline. We follow that”our strategy to develop a global offer in all parts of the world, Akbar Al Baker said during a press conference at the Berlin trade fair. The CEO continues: The Americas targets show clearly that Doha has a perfect geographical location, to connect our hub in Doha also distant points on the Earth by non-stop flights to. With the two new destinations in Brazil and Argentina we can say now with law, being a global airline that connects all parts of the world. We have achieved this in only 13 years since our start as a small regional airline.”a year ago, I couldn’t tell you at this point, we operate a fleet of 68 aircraft. Meanwhile, Qatar Airways has 81 jets and alone in the past three months we have taken over nine brand new medium – and long-haul aircraft of the two manufacturers Airbus and Boeing, with which we can promote our expansion activities”, as Al Baker. In the future we will have delivered more than an aircraft per month in average.
This allows to select interesting new destinations and continuously develop our existing network us.” On March 30, 2010 Qatar Airways takes up a non-stop service from Doha next in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. On 5 April, the airline will continue their success story of flights to Istanbul and complement their offering flights to the capital of Ankara as a second destination in Turkey. On 26 April, the airline in the land of the rising sun will expand its network with daily flights to the Japanese capital of Tokyo. The flights were made initially of Doha about Osaka and mean a significant increase in the capacity of the Japanese Market.