Qatar Airways this week celebrated 10 years with the oneworld Alliance, with the airline being the second largest member in the group.
In that time, the carrier has grown its network from 125 to 163 destinations, as well as its fleet from 125 to 259 aircraft.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Qatar Airways Celebrates A Decade with oneworld Alliance…
Commenting on the milestone was outgoing Qatar Airways Group CEO HE Mr. Akbar al Baker, who said the following:
“Qatar Airways is a key driver of the oneworld alliance as a testament to the excellence and determination we believe in.”
“We strive to provide oneworld passengers with a world-class travel experience within our extensive global network, with key connectivity to Europe, Australasia, Asia, Africa, the Americas and the Indian subcontinent.”
“Our alliance’s achievements and efforts are nothing short of industry-leading and I firmly believe in our ability to develop a dynamic future led by a new generation of aviation professionals and pioneers in sustainability.”
“This valuable milestone reinforces our dedication to connecting people, destinations and cultures.”
“Qatar Airways looks forward to future joint milestones and remains committed to delivering the highest standards and quality of service to travellers worldwide.”
The airline was keen to note that through it’s operations at Hamad International Airport in Qatar, there will be up to 10 members of oneworld operating from the airport by 2024.
All-in-all, let’s see how the relationship between the two sides over the next 10 years goes, with plenty more connectivity options to be achieved in that period.
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