Aviation

Qatar launches extraordinary deals and zero fare ticket

Amy Bryant

Qatar Airways’ popular Travel Festival is back and has been significantly enhanced for 2017, inviting world travellers to take advantage of a number of exceptional deals across the airline’s global network.

Extraordinary deals can be found on the World’s Best Business Class* and Economy Class, along with special companion fares** and a kids fly free*** offer on sale between 9 and 16 January 2017.The Qatar Airways Travel Festival online Treasure Hunt will also once again offer Qatar Airways’ millions of social media followers the opportunity of searching for a zero fare Golden Ticket to one of the airline’s exciting global destinations, with clues being released via the airline’s FacebookInstagram and Twitter pages throughout the sale period.

Qatar Airways passengers can choose from even more exciting places to explore starting in 2017 with the launch of new services to Pisa, Italy; Helsinki, Finland; Dublin, Ireland. Offers available throughout the Travel Festival are applicable on Economy and Business Class return airfares, with a travel period between 15 January and 15 December 2017 to many destinations worldwide, including the Middle East, Europe, US and Africa.

Passengers can explore Dublin from $1230** or chase an endless summer in Italy with flights to Rome from $1275** per person for two people travelling together in the same booking. Travellers can view the exceptional promotion offers by booking at qatarairways.com/au or by visiting their preferred travel agent.

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For the first time since starting the travel festival, Qatar Airways’ has partnered with leading payments technology company, Visa, providing Visa card holders with additional discounts of up to 15 per cent on flight bookings. Travellers can also take advantage of the airline’s partnership with AccorHotels, receiving a 10 per cent discount when booking accommodation via the airline’s website, as well additional benefits on great flight and hotel packages when booking with partner Expedia.
The Qatar Airways Travel Festival provides the perfect opportunity for travellers to treat their nearest and dearest to award-winning service when they go places together, with the airline receiving a number of accolades in 2016.

Passengers taking advantage of the Qatar Airways Travel Festival are encouraged to turn two holidays into one by planning a stopover in Doha, with a new transit visa scheme offering visitors a free transit visa for up to 96 hours on your way to or from your final destination

Combine a quick visit to Doha, with its historic sites and five-star shopping and resorts, with a dream holiday – only available to Qatar Airways passengers. Visit Qatar Airways at http://www.qatarairways.com/global/en/qatar-transit-visa.page for more information.

 

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