DOHA, Qatar, April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Qatar Airways today unveiled the highlight of its 100th destination launch campaign – a 'two for the price of one' airfare sale.
The airline will reach the historic milestone of 100 destinations on 6th April with the start of flights to the Syrian city of Aleppo.
In celebration of this achievement, Qatar Airways will launch a 48-hour airfare sale from midnight tomorrow.
From 6th April (at 00:01 hrs) to 7th April 2011 (at 23:59 hrs) customers can book the two for one sale at qatarairways.com/100. Bookings are based on the time zone they are booking from.
This offer is valid for travel between 1st May 2011 and 10th June 2011, with travel to be completed by 11th June 2011.
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Office Akbar Al Baker said: "The launch of our 100th destination is a great milestone in the success story of Qatar Airways. Our 100th destination launch is a perfect opportunity to say 'thank you' to all our customers, valued partners, corporate and leisure travelers for making Qatar Airways their airline of choice."
"Through this global promotion we are pleased to give back and share this historic moment with our customers. It is also a great way for those who have never flown with Qatar Airways before to try our service and see how our Five Star service sets us apart from others," added Al Baker.
In addition to the 'two for one' airfare offer Qatar Airways is running an online competition until 16th April 2011 for which customers may sign up for a chance to win one of 100 pairs of free airline tickets to any destination in the Qatar Airways network.
Furthermore, the airline's frequent flyer loyalty program, Privilege Club, is offering members 10,000 bonus Qmiles and a special discount of 25 percent on award airline tickets redeemed at qmiles.com.
Full promotional details are available at QatarAirways.com/100
Qatar Airways is ranked the third best airline in the world by Skytrax. The airline flies to 99 destinations across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America with a fleet of 95 aircraft.
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SOURCE Qatar Airways