Jet, Set, Go! Qatar Airways Marks 25 Years With Mega Sale

Qatar Airways is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a global sales campaign! The time to plan for your 2022 holidays is NOW. (Image by Qatar Airways.)

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We know we’re barely our second week into the new year, but the time to start planning your 2022 holidays is NOW! Especially with Qatar Airways who are celebrating their 25th anniversary by giving up to 25% off flight tickets to Malaysian customers during a special global sales campaign.

A seven-day campaign starting today, 11 January 2022, will also offer special discounts on seat selection, extra baggage allowance, hotel bookings, and car rental for those who book during that time.

Travellers may enjoy Qatar Airways’ award-winning services and take advantage of a special offer with guaranteed flexibility on Business and Economy Class flights, saving up to 25% on an expanding network of over 140 destinations across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas.

From now through October 31, 2022, all Qatar Airways flights will be eligible for the Global Sale 25th Anniversary Campaign. Bookings must be made via the special sale site, any Qatar Airways local sales office, or with their preferred travel agents in order to take advantage of this offer.

Qatar Airways is also celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering an extra 2,500 Qmiles to everyone who signs up for its award-winning rewards programme, Privilege Club, with the promo code FLYQR22.

Qatar Airways has won many awards and accolades. Most recently, Skytrax named Qatar Airways the “Airline of the Year” for the sixth time.

As a result of these recognitions, airline customers may rest easy knowing that the airline’s health and safety procedures have been subjected to the strictest levels of professional, unbiased evaluation. Visit qatarairways.com/safety for a complete list of all the steps that have been adopted on board and at Hamad international Airport, Doha.

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