Qatar Airways has introduced a trio of enhancements for its premium passengers at London Heathrow Terminal 4.
The Doha based carrier has shown how important Heathrow is to it by:
- opening a lounge for its frequent flyers
- reopening its Premium Lounge
- introducing a dedicated Premium Check-in area
Qatar Airways currently operates five daily flights from London Heathrow Terminal 4.
Qatar Airways Frequent Flyer Lounge
The Frequent Flyer Lounge at Terminal 4 is exclusively for members of Qatar Airways frequent flyer scheme, called Privilege Club, and frequent flyers from oneworld Alliance partners.
The Frequent Flyer Lounge is the airline’s first such lounge outside of its Doha base.
Open from 0500 to 2200 daily, the lounge has a modern interior and overlooks the tarmac, providing lots of natural light. As well as comfortable seating, eligible passengers can enjoy a long list of amenities, including:
- hot and cold buffet
- hot and cold drinks – including booze
- business centre
- rest rooms and showers
- free wi-fi
- charging facilities
- reading material
The Frequent Flyer lounge is open to Qatar Airways Privilege Club members, with access extending to Joint Business Partners like British Airways Executive Club members, and other oneworld Alliance loyalty members.
It is located on level 2 of Terminal 4, opposite gate 6, and one floor below the Premium Lounge .
Premium Lounge reopens
Qatar Airways’ Premium Lounge in Terminal 4, the very first in the airline’s global network, has also recently reopened its doors to Qatar Airways First and Business Class passengers.
The premium lounge has elegant seating areas, tarmac views, a martini bar, a dedicated family area, prayer room and diverse dining options including a full buffet and an à la carte menu served to fine dining standards at the brasserie and casual dining at the Global Deli.
Premium Check-in Area
The airline also revealed a new dedicated Premium Check-in area at Heathrow Terminal 4.
The new enclosed Premium Check-in Area is exclusively for its First and Business Class passengers.
Premium passengers can relax with drinks in the quiet area while Qatar Airways staff while check-in formalities are completed.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker:
“We are proud to be opening our first Frequent Flyer lounge outside of Doha, offering passengers across the oneworld Alliance network an oasis of calm and comfort in one of the world’s busiest airports.
“Qatar Airways is committed to serving passengers travelling from Heathrow with world-class facilities, and we hope that they will enjoy the warm Qatari hospitality offered at the Premium Lounge, FFP Lounge and the dedicated Premium Check-in area.”
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 140 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 200 passenger aircraft, comprising:
- 19 Airbus A320
- 1 Airbus A321
- 14 Airbus A330
- 53 Airbus A350
- 10 Airbus A380
- 51 Boeing 777
- 37 Boeing 787
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