Qatar Airways has opened a new Premium Lounge at Dubai Concourse D.
With its new Premium Lounge offering, Qatar Airways is cementing its presence in Dubai and providing passengers enroute between Qatar and the emirate with an exclusive retreat while waiting in the ultra-modern Concourse D.
Presently, Qatar Airways flies 133 times weekly to Dubai’s two airports, with 15 flights daily from Doha to Dubai International Airport.
The Qatar Airways Dubai Premium Lounge is situated near Gate 15 in Dubai International Airport’s Concourse D.
First and Business Class passengers, as well as Privilege Club Platinum and Gold members, are encouraged to enjoy the lounge’s facilities, which are set within a modern and a sophisticated space for passengers to relax and rejuvenate before their journey.
The lounge has artistic Arabic calligraphy, Mediterranean-style tiles and calming water fountains.
The Dubai Premium Lounge features:
- private family zones
- shower facilities
- spacious seating areas
- fresh international cuisine
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, H.E. Mr. Akbar Al Baker:
“It is an honour to welcome His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum into the Qatar Airways Dubai Premium Lounge. His visit truly sets the tone for the level of service we will provide to our First and Business Class passengers, and our Privilege Club members when they enjoy these exquisite facilities. The Dubai Premium Lounge is a symbol of our commitment to continuously evolve our customers’ experience, by taking everything a step above expectations. This attention to detail, and passion to deliver more to our customers, is what has earned Qatar Airways such a prestigious reputation amongst the international traveller and aviation community.”
About Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways is the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar. It’s base is Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha.
Routes: Over 150 international destinations across Africa, Central Asia, Europe, Far East, South Asia, Middle East, North America, South America and Oceania.
Fleet: a fleet of more than 150 passenger aircraft, comprising:
42 Boeing 777, 28 Boeing 787, 4 Airbus A340, 39 Airbus A320s, 28 Airbus A330, 2 A319LR,
8 Airbus A321, 6 Airbus A380, 8 Airbus A350.
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