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Trans-Atlantic flights on Qatar use Boeing 777-300ER with 40 Business Class seats in a 2-2-2 formation ahead of 293 Economy passengers in a 3-3-3 seating pattern. Between Doha and Australia, you will travel on a Boeing 777-200LR plane. It also carries 40 Business Class flyers in a 2-2-2 formation, followed by 218 Economy seats in a 3-3-3 layout.
In The Air
Qatar's Business Class offers an innovatively designed and luxurious flying experience. You have your own personal space which become a completely flat-lying bed, a large work surface or a dual-use entertainment facility with a handheld touchscreen and a seat-back console. In Economy, passengers also have seat-back and handheld entertainment and communications devices along with a specialized menu and complimentary refreshments throughout the flight.
On The Ground
Qatar Airways offers Business Class passengers access to its award-winning Premium Terminal facilities in Doha and its departure points . Furthermore, their lounges around the world are open to members of its Privilege Club, which offers a range of benefits. Three tiers of subscription provide different facilities, discounts and upgrades to participating customers.
Qatar Airways is much-decorated and has been recognized by Skytrax as the Airline of the Year for the last two years. The airline has also won accolades in recent years for the standard of their First and Business classes as well as their staff and lounge services.