To celebrate the return of international travel for fully-vaccinated Australian residents and citizens, Qatar Airways is inviting Australians to rediscover Europe and beyond with the six-times Skytrax World’s Best Airline winner.
Qatar Airways is celebrating the reopening of Australia’s international border with a range of special fares and offers available from 4 November until 11 November 2021, for travel between 1 February and 31 October 2022.
Travel to key destinations across Qatar Airways’ vast network, including Spain, Greece, Italy, France, The United Kingdom, Turkey and more.
Fly from Melbourne to Barcelona from as little as $1,409 return in Economy Class, or to Paris from only $8,899 return in Business Class.
Flights from Sydney start from $1,449 return to Athens in Economy Class, and $8,999 return to Rome in Business Class.
Alongside the special fares, customers can also take advantage of an exclusive loyalty offer for members of Qatar Airways Privilege Club, to earn Double Qmiles for all cabins when booking online between 4-11 November 2021.
Qatar Airways new Australian flight schedule includes:
- Daily flights from Melbourne from 1 December
- Daily flights from Sydney from 1 December
- Three-weekly flights from Perth
- Three-weekly flights from Brisbane
- Three-weekly flights from Adelaide
Plus, Stopover in Qatar on the way there or home from just AU$19 per night
Visit Qatar also recently announced ‘The World’s Best Value Stopover packages’ including up to 4-night stays in Doha to experience Qatar’s renowned hospitality, before continuing on to their final destination.
Starting at just AU$19 per person per night, travellers can stay in a selection of luxurious 4-star and 5-star hotels.
Leading the way through uncertain times
Since the start of the pandemic, Qatar Airways has been leading the aviation industry by being one of the very few airlines that operated throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The airline has never stopped flying and has played a critical role in global repatriation efforts by bringing over 3.2 million passengers worldwide home safely since March 2020.
The Qatar national carrier has maintained its Australian routes throughout the pandemic across Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth while launching services to Brisbane to provide essential connectivity to Australia. It has carried over 330,000 passengers in and out of Australia since March 2020 via both commercial flights and special chartered services.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “When you travel with Qatar Airways, you’re flying with the world’s best airline as we strive for excellence in every aspect of our business. We have proven to be a safe and reliable airline for customers and our trade partners as we stand by them through good and bad times by never stopping flying throughout the pandemic.
“We are proud to have maintained services to Australia by operating an honest and stable network, even expanding our Australian operations during the crisis, and transporting hundreds of tonnes of cargo to maintain vital supply chains for Australian agriculture exporters.
As Australia reopens, we invite passengers to rediscover the world with the world’s best airline as we remain committed to serving Australia. Passengers can travel with peace of mind knowing that Qatar Airways is committed to safety, and our 5-star COVID-19 safety rating is a testament to our efforts to stay the leading global airline for biosafety.”
The airline’s award-winning Doha airport hub, Hamad International Airport (HIA), has also earned the Skytrax 5-stars COVID-19 Safety ratings, making Qatar Airways the only Middle-Eastern carrier where both the airline and its airport secured the highest Skytrax safety ratings.
For all special fares and offer terms and conditions, visit qr.com/au or your preferred travel agent.
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