Qatar Airways is celebrating its 25th Anniversary by launching a global sale for passengers in Australia, with return fares to Europe starting from $1389. This is in addition to special savings on seat selection, extra baggage allowance, hotel bookings and car rental, for a seven-day campaign period starting from 12 January until 18 January 2022.
Qatar Airways is celebrating silver its anniversary by launching a Global Sales for Australian travellers looking for their next adventure.
As well as the low sale fares, passengers will also get special savings on seat selection, extra baggage allowance, hotel bookings and car rental.
Passengers joining the airline’s award-winning loyalty programme, Privilege Club, using the enrolment promo code FLYQR22, will instantly earn an additional 2,500 bonus Qmiles in celebration of Qatar Airways 25th Anniversary.
Return fares start from AUD1,269 in Economy Class and AUD5,799 in Business Class on an expanding network of more than 140 destinations across Asia, Europe, Middle East and the Americas.
The airline’s Global Sale 25th Anniversary Campaign runs for a seven-day period starting from 12 January until 18 January 2022 and is valid on all Qatar Airways flights for travel until 31 October 2022.
Earlier this month, Qatar Airways earned the title of ‘World Class’ airline and ‘2022 Five Star Global Airline’ at the APEX/IFSA Awards, in addition to securing two additional awards including APEX Passenger Choice Awards® for Best Food & Beverage and Best Seat Comfort.
Throughout the pandemic, the airline says it has continued to place emphasis on innovation and an unparalleled commitment to creating the most premium passenger experience in the industry.
To take advantage of this offer, passengers must book on qatarairways.com/25Years, visit any local Qatar Airways sales office or visit their preferred travel agents.
Conditions apply. Economy Class fare starting at AUD1,269 from Adelaide to Johannesburg, AUD1389 from Adelaide to Zurich and Business Class fare starting at AUD5,799 from Perth to Zurich.
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