Qatar Airways is the title national carrier of Qatar.
Home Port – Doha International Airport.
The airline’s route network includes more than 150 destinations, most of which are international.
Qatar Airways operates flights to Africa, Central Asia, Europe, the Far East, South Asia, the Middle East, Oceania, and North and South America.
The airline has over 30,000 employees.
On October 8, 2012, CEO Akbar Al Baker announced that Qatar Airways would join Oneworld, the third largest airline alliance in the world (after the Star Alliance and SkyTeam.).
The carrier became a full member only a year later, on October 30, 2013.
- According to the influential British consulting agency SKYTRAX, specializing in the study of the quality of services provided by various air carriers, the airline was awarded five stars. There are eight such airlines in the world.
- Qatar Airways is ranked 40th in the Safest Airlines in the World 2019 Ranking by Jacdec.
The Qatari Airlines social strategy aims to help those who need it most. These are people who suffered in emergencies, natural disasters, and, of course, children.
About environmental concerns, Qatar Airways uses the most modern eco-friendly aircraft and build the world’s largest Synthetic Liquid Fuel plant, which is several times more environmentally friendly than conventional aviation kerosene.
As of January 23, 2020, there are 224 airliners in the Qatar Airways fleet, another 10 are ordered. The average age of the aircraft is 6.0 years.
The oldest – Airbus A320-200, with a tail number – A7-ADA. His age is 17.4 years. The newest is the Airbus A350-900, with tail number A7-AMH. He is 0.1 years old.
- Airbus A319-100
- Airbus A320-200
- Airbus A320neo
- Airbus A321-200
- Airbus A321-200neo
- Airbus A330-200
- Airbus A330-300
- Airbus A340-600
- Airbus A350-900 XWB
- Airbus A350-1000
- Airbus A380-800
- Boeing 777-200
- Boeing 777-300
- Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner