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Qatar Airways was established on 22 November 1993 (1993-11-22); operations started on 20 January 1994 (1994-01-20). was first served in May 1994 (1994-05). At April 1995 (1995-04), the airline's was the Sheikh Hamad Bin Ali Bin Jabor Al Thani who employed a staff of 75. By this time the fleet consisted of two that served a route network including , , , , , , , , , , ,[] , , and . During 1995, two ex- were bought from . The airline acquired a second-hand from in 1996 (1996).

A Qatar Airways in old livery on short final to in 2005.

Services to , , Madras and were suspended in late 1996, whereas and Muscat were removed from the route network in January and September 1997 (1997-09), respectively. Flights to were launched during 1997. The airline also took delivery of two second-hand 231-seater aircraft on lease from (AWAS) during the year; they replaced two Boeing 747s. The entering of these two A300s into the fleet also marked the introduction of a new logo. A third A300-600R joined the fleet shortly afterwards, also on lease from AWAS. In July 1998 (1998-07) the carrier placed a firm order with for six , slated for delivery between 2001 and 2005; it also took options for five more aircraft of the type. Also in 1998, the carrier struck a deal with (SALE) for the lease of four Airbus A320s, with deliveries scheduled between February and April 1999 (1999-04); these latter four aircraft were aimed at replacing the Boeing 727-200 Advanced fleet and to fill the capacity gap before the hand over of the first A320 from Airbus. The airline took delivery of the first A320 powered by on lease from SALE in February 1999 (1999-02).

A Qatar Airways just departed from in 2014. The airline became a customer for the type in 2003.

A fourth A300-600R on lease from AWAS joined the fleet in April 2000 (2000-04). In October 2000 (2000-10), Qatar Airways ordered an V2500-powered and took an option for another aircraft of the type. The airline became the 's ninth customer in 2001 when two aircraft of the type were ordered, plus two options. Also that year, the airline resumed services to . In 2002, the withdrew from . In June 2003 (2003-06), a Qatar Airways Airbus A320 was the first aircraft that resumed the international services to when it flew the Doha– route. Also that month, Qatar Airways incorporated its first dedicated cargo aircraft to the fleet. It was an Airbus A300-600R that was converted to freighter in Germany for US$10 million. Also in June 2003 (2003-06), at the Paris Air Show, the carrier placed an order with Airbus valued at US$5.1 billion for two , 14 and two . The deal included eight A330-200s and six -300s; it also included options for further six A330-300s and eight A340-600s. The first aircraft were scheduled to enter the fleet in 2004, with the A340-600 slated for delivery in 2006. During the year the airline started serving the Chinese market with the introduction of flights to . Also in 2003, the carrier expanded its portfolio of destinations with the commencement of services to in April, in November, and and in December. During the the airline firmed up an earlier commitment for two Airbus A380s and took options for another two of these aircraft. The value of the transaction was US$1.2 billion. It was also in 2003 that Qatar Airways became the first airline to be audited under the new IATA operational audit programme, .

The Qatar Airways Group —which included Qatar Airways, Doha International Airport and corporate business air services, ground handling and in-flight catering companies— reported its first profit ever for the (FY) that ended on March 2004 (2004-03). The FY2004 saw the airline transporting 3.35 million passengers. became the carrier's 53rd destination worldwide in July 2004 (2004-07); was added to the list of destinations in December the same year. A new service to was launched in March 2005 (2005-03). Its first A340 was delivered on September 8, 2006.

In May 2007 (2007-05), Qatar Airways and Airbus signed a (MoU) for the acquisition of 80 , including 20 plus 40 and 20 aircraft of the and variant, respectively, with the first aircraft initially slated for delivery in 2013. The agreement was firmed up in June during the ; three more Airbus A380s were also made part of the order. In July the same year, during the unveiling ceremony of the in , Qatar Airways was recognised as a future customer for the type when its logo appeared on one side of the brand new aircraft. By that time, the airline had not acknowledged it had placed an order for a number of these new aircraft. In November the same year, a firm order for 30 , plus options for 35 more aircraft of the or variant, was confirmed. The order also included 14 , six and seven , whereas five more aircraft of the type were on option. The combined order was valued at US$13.5 billion. The airline took delivery of its first 335-seater Boeing 777-300ER in late November 2007 (2007-11). The route network grew further during 2007 with the incorporation of in June, —the carrier's seventh destination in India— in September, and in November. A new scheduled service to that commenced in November 2008 (2008-11) replaced the Newark route. The first two Boeing 777-200LRs were handed over by the aircraft manufacturer in February 2009 (2009-02).

On June 15, 2009, at the Paris Air Show, Qatar Airways ordered 20 and 4 aircraft worth $1.9bn.

On October 12, 2009, the company completed the world’s first commercial passenger flight powered by a fuel made from natural gas, Also in 2009, Qatar Airways launched its first scheduled flights to with being the first city served; routes to , , and in the Philippines were launched during 2009 as well.

was first served by the carrier in April 2010 (2010-04). On May 18, 2010, the airline put its first F (A7-BFA) into service, with a flight from Doha to . The aircraft had been delivered on May 14, 2010.

The airline has launched 22 new destinations since 2010, with nine more destinations announced: , , , Barcelona, , , , Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, , , Nice, , São Paulo, , , , , , , and Tokyo. Qatar Airways also launched and during 2011. Service to and , originally planned for 2011, was delayed until February 1, 2012 due to "operational issues".

Boeing's handover of a Boeing 777-200LR in September 2011 (2011-09) marked Qatar Airways receiving its 100th aircraft from this aircraft manufacturer. In November the same year, at the , the airline ordered 55 Airbus planes: 50 A320neo and 5 A380, in addition to two Boeing 777 freighters.

In July 2012 (2012-07), became the second city served in Australia. On October 8, 2012, Qatar Airways announced its intention to join the alliance.

Qatar Airways became the seventh carrier worldwide that incorporated the Dreamliner to the fleet when Boeing handed over the airline's first aircraft of the type on 12 November 2012 (2012-11-12), the first one delivered to a airline. The aircraft was deployed on the Doha– corridor on 20 November. Dreamliner services on the long-haul Doha– route commenced on 13 December, with the airline becoming the first one to offer regular services to the United Kingdom using this aircraft. During 2013, Qatar Airways launched flights to in Saudi Arabia, Basra and in Iraq, Phnom Penh, and . Services to began in September 2013 (2013-09).

In February 2013, Qatar Airways launched its European Customer Service, which is located in , Poland.

In June 2013 (2013-06), the airline firmed up an order for two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft plus seven options. On November 17, 2013, the first day of the Dubai Airshow, Qatar Airways purchased 50 . The commitment was firmed up during the in a deal worth US$18.9 billion; purchase rights for another 50 aircraft of the type were also taken. In addition, the transaction included firm orders for four Boeing 777Fs plus options for another four with a combined value of US$2.7 billion. Deliveries of the passenger aircraft are expected to start in 2020.

was launched in May 2014 (2014-05) with Airbus A319LR aircraft. Flights to were launched in May 2014 (2014-05). The carrier expected to take delivery of its first three Airbus A380 aircraft in June 2014 (2014-06), with plans for the aircraft to be displayed at the . There were intentions to first deploy the type on the –London-Heathrow route starting 17 June; another two undisclosed European points would likely become served with the A380. In late May 2014 (2014-05), it was reported the delivery of the aircraft would be delayed by several weeks. Further delays shifted the start of A380 services to London to 1 August 2014 (2014-08-01). Delivery of the first aircraft of the type finally took place on 16 September 2014 (2014-09-16). A380 services to London commenced in October 2014 (2014-10). The airline became the launch customer for the A350 XWB; the first was handed over to the company on 22 December 2014 (2014-12-22) and had its first revenue flight to Frankfurt almost a month later, on 15 January 2015 (2015-01-15).

In January 2015 (2015-01), the airline concluded an order for four Boeing 777Fs in a deal worth US$1.24 billion; Qatar Airways also took purchase rights on four more aircraft of the type. In June 2015 (2015-06), it was disclosed Qatar Airways ordered ten and four additional Boeing 777Fs for USD 4.18 billion.

In January 2016 (2016-01), the carrier received its first Boeing 747 nose loader.

Dating for airline employees in qatar Corporate affairs Qatar Airways - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Key people

As of May 2015 the Qatar Airways' is , who has been serving in this position since November 1996 (1996-11). Baker is also a member of the board.

Ownership and subsidiaries

As of May 2014, the company is fully owned by the . Qatar Airways has been fully controlled by the government since July 2013 (2013-07), following the buyout of a 50% stake from a former foreign minister and other shareholders. As of April 2016, the Qatar Airways Group employs more than 40,000 people; 24,000 of them work directly for the airline.

Divisions

Qatar Airways has many divisions including: Qatar Aircraft Catering Company, , Qatar Airways Holidays, United Media Int, Qatar Duty Free, Qatar Aviation Services, Qatar Distribution Company, and .

Cargo
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A of Qatar Airways Cargo taxiing at

Qatar Airways Cargo, the airline's freight branch, is the world's third largest international cargo carrier. It has ordered three . The first Boeing 777F was delivered to the airline in on May 14, 2010, and has freight facilities able to handle 750,000 tonnes of cargo per annum during its first development phase. The Boeing 777F will be used primarily on Qatar Airways' Far East and European routes and will be supplemented by Airbus A300-600F freighters operating on regional routes feeding the airline's hub.

Dedicated cargo flights to were launched in June 2009 complementing the passenger services already operated.

On August 18, 2010, the airline launched its first US dedicated cargo service from its hub in to with a stop-over in , Netherlands using Boeing 777 freighter aircraft.

On March 13, 2013, Qatar Airways Cargo first of three A330F was delivered provided on lease from BOC aviation replacing A300-600F.

operated three aircraft under a arrangement for British Airways World Cargo until BA terminated the contract early on January 17, 2014. An agreement with Qatar Airways to operate flights for IAG Cargo using was announced on the same day.

On March 18, 2015, Qatar Airways Cargo announced that starting April 4, 2015 will launch a twice-weekly Boeing 777 Freighter service to Los Angeles which will become Qatar Airways Cargo’s fourth US freighter destination alongside Houston, Chicago and Atlanta.

Qatar Executive

is a corporate jet subsidiary of Qatar Airways, with its own livery, sporting a white fuselage with a slightly smaller Oryx painted in the airline's traditional colours of burgundy and gray.

The Royal fleet of also are painted in full Qatar Airways livery, although they are not part of the airline or Qatar Executive.

Al Maha Airways

is a proposed airline based in Saudi Arabia fully owned by Qatar Airways. It uses a similar livery, except in green instead of burgundy. It was planned to launch in September 2014, but due to licensing problems this may not happen until the summer of 2016. By May 2015 the airline had already taken delivery of 4 aircraft.

Livery

Qatar Airways has an , the national animal of the , as its logo. The includes the word Qatar appearing in -coloured letters on a light grey background at both sides of the forward part of the fuselage with the word Al Qataria in Arabic titles appearing close to it in a darker grey and a smaller typeface. A burgundy oryx in a grey background adorns the tailfin. The airline unveiled this branding in 2006.

Natural gas to liquid fuel demonstration

On October 12, 2009, a Qatar Airways Airbus A340-600 conducted the world's first commercial passenger flight using a mixture of kerosene and synthetic (GTL) fuel, produced from natural gas, on its flight from London's to Doha. The experiment's purpose was to demonstrate the viability of jet fuel made from a source not subject to rapidly fluctuating oil prices. In addition, positioning natural gas in particular as an alternative source of jet fuel is in the interests of the Qatari government; Qatar is the world's leading exporter of natural gas. However, some experts believe that GTL fuel is likely to remain a marginal choice due to an expensive production process.

Sponsorships

In July 2013, Qatar Airways became 's primary shirt sponsor.

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Qatar Airways destinations (April 2014)
A Qatar Airways in markings lands at in 2014.

On 27 May 2014 (2014-05-27), the of a flight from Bahrain at Doha's marked the official transfer of Qatar Airways' operations to its new hub from .

As of December 2014, Qatar Airways served 146 points worldwide following the launch of flights to . The airline had previously added to the route network , the carrier's seventh destination in the United States and the second one in along with , , Miami, Edinburgh, its third destination in the United Kingdom, Istanbul's , its third point served in , and . Starting June 2015 (2015-06), the carrier will serve . Starting December 2015, it was announced the airline will serve .

On October 8, 2012, Qatar Airways announced it would be part of within the forthcoming 18 months. The entrance of the carrier into the was mentored by . The joining ceremony took place on 29 October 2013 (2013-10-29). The event marked Qatar Airways as the first of the major Gulf carriers in being part of an airline alliance.

Codeshare agreements

Qatar Airways has with the following airlines and train systems (as of November 2013):

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Current fleet

A Qatar Airways landing at in 2015
A Qatar Airways on short final to in 2014. As of November 2012 (2012-11), Qatar Airways is the first Persian Gulf carrier to operate the 787.
A Qatar Airways on short final to in 2013.
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As of May 2016, the Qatar Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft:

Qatar Airways Fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
F J Y Total
2 8 102 110
40 40
39 12 132 144
12 120 132
36 TBA
8 12 170 182
12 165 177
196 196
14 TBA
15 8 24 200 232
12 24 192 228
24 236 260
24 248 272
13 12 24 223 259
30 275 305
4 8 42 256 306
8 36[] 36 247 283 Launch customer.
37 TBA
6 4 8 48 461 517
9 42 217 259
33 1 42 293 335
24 356 380
10 TBA
50 TBA The airline announced a commitment for 50 additional 777-9X purchase rights.
29 1 22 232 254
Qatar Airways cargo fleet
8 N/A
2 N/A Leased from .
9 7 N/A
Total 185 189

Note: Though not affiliated with the airline, some VIP aircraft belonging to the Royal family and Government are also painted in Qatar Airways livery and are operating as .

Previously operated

Qatar Airways at in 1996.

Qatar Airways formerly operated the following aircraft:

Fleet history
Aircraft Introduced Retired Notes
1997 Unknown
1997 2013
1994 1995 2 leased from Airbus Leasing
Unknown 2001
1995 Unknown Ex-
1996 Unknown Ex-

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Qatar Airways cabin

First class

Qatar Airways offers passengers over 6.5 feet of legroom and seats that fold into flat beds with feather duvets first class seats are equipped with massage functions and an entertainment system. Qatar Airways plans to eliminate first class cabins from existing A340 aircraft, as well as new aircraft deliveries, except the A380s on June 17, 2014. The A380s features a 90-inch seat pitch, transforming into a fully flat bed, together with an expansive choice of entertainment options displayed on individual 26-inch television screens. It is configured as 1-2-1. An all new and aircraft will be in standard two-class configuration.

Business class

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Qatar Airways offers business class passengers fully flat horizontal beds in a 2-2-2 configuration on board its Boeing 777 aircraft. On other long-haul aircraft, business class seats recline up to 172 degrees, with massage functions. Wines and Champagne are served.

Qatar Airways has introduced new business class seats on board its newly delivered A320 aircraft with IFE seat-back PTVs in every seat. It will introduce the new seats in each upcoming new A320 aircraft, as well as retrofitting 4 existing A321 and 2 A319LR aircraft.

In March 2012 Qatar Airways revealed a new business class cabin, to be launched on the new Boeing 787 aircraft from summer 2012, initially on intra-Gulf routes before being introduced on the Doha to London Heathrow route. The new seats are arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration allowing direct aisle access for every passenger, and provide almost twice as much space as existing business class cabins. The seats will be 22 inches wide and converts easily to a flat-bed which extends to 80 inches and is 30 inches wide. Each seat has also been fitted with touch screen technology which is powered by .

Economy class

Qatar Airways Boeing 777-200LR cabin with Oryx IFE
An Economy class meal on Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways was named best in the world in the 2009 and 2010 Awards. Qatar Airways offers economy class passengers a seat pitch of up to 34 inches. Economy class passengers on A330/A340 aircraft are offered individual seat-back TV screens. Passengers on Boeing 777 and 787 aircraft are offered touch-screen TVs.

Qatar Airways has taken delivery of several A320 family aircraft so far with individual seat-back personal televisions in every seat in economy class. The IFE is equipped with the same entertainment system as used in the widebody fleet. A further four A321s and the two A319LRs will be equipped with the new IFE, as well as new upcoming A320 family aircraft deliveries.

New economy seats will be introduced with the launch of the 787. These new seats will be produced by Recaro and are fitted in a 3-3-3 configuration. 16.9 inch width and a pitch of 32 inches will offer less personal space than before. Furthermore, each seat will have a 10.6 inch in seat TV monitor offering in-flight entertainment. The features will also extend to the possibility of Wi-Fi and GSM telephony usage and USB ports for connecting personal items such as digital cameras.

In-flight entertainment

Qatar Airways' in-flight entertainment system is called Oryx Entertainment. With the exception of some Airbus A320 family aircraft, all aircraft have personal seat-back television screens. Some Airbus A320 family aircraft are fitted with main screen entertainment. Qatar is updating Airbus A320 family aircraft to seat-back AVOD. The arrival of the airline's first A380 in 2014 marked a significant milestone for the airline, whose new home, Hamad International Airport (HIA), has been specially designed to cater to the aircraft, with six contact gates designed with specifications required for the super jumbo. In addition, the maintenance hangar at HIA – which is the largest in the world – is able to accommodate two A380s simultaneously.

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Qatar Airways' Privilege Club loyalty program has reciprocal agreements with ' Asiana Club, ' Cedar Miles, and ' Mileage Club frequent flyer schemes. Privilege Club also has tie-ups with international hotel and car rental companies.

Partnership with 's Miles and More and 's Mileage Plus has been terminated as of December 31, 2011 and September 14, 2012, respectively.

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The Premium Terminal, Qatar Airways' dedicated terminal for first and business class passengers, opened at Doha International Airport in Winter 2006. Built in nine months at a cost of US$90million, the 10,000sqm Premium Terminal features facilities include check-in, , conference rooms, nursery and play area, spa treatment rooms, sauna, jacuzzi and restaurants. The business class lounge has undergone renovation that has increased the seating capacity by more than 80%. CEO Akabar Al Bakar is also leading the development of the New Doha International Airport, which opens in phases from June, 2014.

The airline's first lounge outside Doha airport opened at London Heathrow's Terminal 4 in January 2012 and is modelled after the airline's premium terminal in Doha.

After commenced full operations at its new hub, Hamad International Airport in 2014, Al Mourjan Business Lounge for Qatar Airways’ Premium passengers opened in Jul14. Al Mourjan Business Lounge is about 10 times the size of an Olympic size swimming pool and the Lounge access is for Qatar Airways and oneworld first and business class passengers only.

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  • April 19, 2007: An , A7-ABV, was as a result of a hangar fire during maintenance at Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technologies.

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Qatar Airways'

In 2013, claimed that "a perusal of used by suggests that Qatar has a reputation for severity among industry professionals," that "allegations of harsh treatment and overbearing scrutiny are commonplace," and that "the conditions laid down by Qatar Airways go beyond more familiar rules ... the employee can be fired if she becomes pregnant (which she is contractually obliged to disclose 'from the date of her knowledge of its occurrence')". The airways' CEO has previously stated, "We are not running an intelligence agency, we are an airline company. The reason why I know everything happening in the company is ... I'm simply everywhere, talking to everyone, listening to them."

In 2014, the newspaper published a report ostensibly based around three Qatar Airways employees, whose lives were allegedly heavily "monitored" and "controlled" by the company. Qatar Airways' Swedish PR agency responded to the report by stating, "Because we do not know which individuals and which particular cases the article is based on, Qatar Airways is unable to comment." CEO stated that the allegations "are not against [the company] but against [Qatar]." He added, "They are throwing stones at my country for no reason at all."

The (ITF) has "slammed" Qatar Airways for certain stipulations found in the standard hiring contracts for female cabin crew members, including the need to apply for permission before getting married. The ITF has lobbied the to "take action" on what ITF termed “flagrant abuses of aviation workers’ labour rights" by carriers based in Qatar and the .

In August 2015, Qatar Airways was forced into relaxing its policy of sacking cabin crew for getting pregnant or marrying in their first five years of employment. A spokeswoman stated “our policies have evolved with the airline’s growth,”. Under the new regulations, “we will provide an opportunity for someone to continue working in a ground position,” the spokeswoman said.

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