Qatar Airways is participating in the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2023 (Hall 1, ME1210), taking place from 1 to 4 May, in Dubai. ATM is the leading global event for the travel industry in the Middle East.
At the exhibition, the national carrier of the State of Qatar will showcase QVerse, a virtual reality experience to tour the Premium Check-in area at Hamad International Airport (HIA) and to explore the award-winning Business Class Qsuite.
Along with multiple other announcements, Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism will share plans for the upcoming year featuring expected developments on products and services. The award-winning airline looks forward to meeting with trade partners, as well as travel and tourism professionals.
Qatar Airways is strongly positioned to continue to lead the global recovery of the aviation industry the "World's Best Airline" has introduced new routes earlier this year as part of a robust growing network, stronger agreements and leading partnerships.
The Global Partner and Official Airline of F1, in partnership with Qatar Airways Holidays, announced lately the launch of its exclusive travel packages for the upcoming F1 races this season. The travel packages allow fans to be up-close to high-octane action, and exclusively enjoy unique experiences including pit lane walks, guided track tours, and special events with select F1 drivers.
Recently, Qatar has upgraded the Hayya platform previously used to manage tourists entering the country for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2023. Now, the Hayya platform has become the only portal in which tourists and business travellers should use to apply for visas to Qatar.
The Arab Ministerial Council for Tourism, named Doha as Arab Tourism Capital for 2023, a recognition of Qatar's development in the travel and tourism industry.
The airline also significantly grew its network to over 160 destinations and focused on expansion in the Gulf region.
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