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Score! FIFA Global Airline Qatar Airways extends agreement to 2030

The renewed collaboration will support the World Cup 26, Women's World Cup 2027 and World Cup 2030 as well as youth tournaments, starting with the U-17 World Cup in Indonesia, which runs until 2 December 2023.

The renewed collaboration will support the World Cup 26, Women’s World Cup 2027 and World Cup 2030 as well as youth tournaments, starting with the U-17 World Cup in Indonesia, which runs until 2 December 2023.

A top-tier partner since May 2017, QR announced the renewed partnership on the one-year anniversary of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The carrier has been an integral part of the association’s global initiatives and will continue to play a vital role in the development of football worldwide.

As the Global Airline Partner, QR will be able to engage with fans on a deeper level, both at the tournaments and through various digital platforms. 

Football fans will soon have access to exclusive travel packages, including match tickets, flights and accommodation for select tournaments, through a dedicated QR platform.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino and QR Group CEO Badr Mohammed Al-Meer re-sign for another seven years.

Newly appointed Qatar Airways Group CEO Badr Mohammed Al-Meer said: “We are excited to extend our partnership with FIFA as the Global Airline Partner. As an airline, we are committed to connecting the world, and this partnership allows us to reach millions of football fans.”

“Football has the power to unite people across cultures and continents and we are proud to continue to be part of this incredible journey.

“We eagerly anticipate the upcoming tournaments and look forward to creating unforgettable experiences for fans around the world.”

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