(MENAFN- Qatar News Agency) Doha April 28 -Qatar Airways' highly anticipated arrival of its A380 fleet moved one step closer today with the annoucement that from 17th June the aircraft will commence operations on the popular London Heathrow route from Doha's new hub Hamad International Airport.
With a customised interior meeting the high-demand specifications of Qatar Airways the airline's new A380s will undoubtedly be the talk of travellers at Qatar's new Hamad International Airport when the first aircraft enters service Qatar Airways said in a press release issued here on Monday.
Chief Executive Officer of Qatar Airways Akbar Al Baker said: "It is a significant moment in our airline's history to welcome these aircraft into our rapidly expanding fleet. Operating on the Doha to London Heathrow route these aircraft with their customised cabins will set a new level of comfort for our passengers who will also benefit from a smooth and pleasant passenger experience at the world's newest airport Hamad International Airport the soon to be opened new home of Qatar Airways.
"We are committed to offering our passengers the best possible experience when it comes to travelling with the airline not only in terms of custom-built comfort features across all of our cabins but with the continued expansion of our young and modern fleet" said Al Baker.
The first of 13 such aircraft on order Qatar Airways is set to receive three A380 aircraft in quick succession this summer and the new aircraft will commence operations on the QR003 and QR004 London-Heathrow route the press release added.
Featuring a tri-class configuration of seating in First Business and Economy Class over two decks the A380 is the largest passenger jet in the world and will provide a superior traveller experience to the airline's customers.(MORE)
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