Qatar Airways reveals huge sale on Doha flights

The national airline is offering 25 percent off on tickets to celebrate the Asian Cup win

Qatar Airways reveals huge sale on Doha flights

Qatar Airways has revealed a huge sale on flights from Doha in celebration of the country’s Asian Cup win.

The roads of Qatar came alive last night with thousands of cars taking to the streets and celebrating Qatar’s historic feat.

Against all odds, the team brought home the coveted AFC Asian Cup football trophy after a legendary victory against six teams over six games where not a single goal was conceded.

The players showcased the true spirit of sportsmanship and teamwork, making every single resident in Qatar very proud.

The national team, managed by Félix Sánchez, showed resilience, dignity and great skill.

Qatar Airways is a major investor in several high-level global sporting sponsorships, and to celebrate the incredible win it is offering a discount of 25 percent on its fares.

Anyone who purchases a ticket between February 3 and February 14 gets to avail this discount and the period of travel during which the tickets can be used lasts until August 31.

We’re already making plans for our summer vacation.

Privilege Club members will earn double Qpoints and Qmiles on all of these purchases.

And in case you love shopping as much as you love travelling, Qatar Duty Free is offering an additional 20 percent on all purchases during the sale period from any of the QDF stores.

The two-week long sale is valid from February 3 to February 14.

With over 160 destinations to choose from, this sale is going to keep us busy for a while.
Until Feb 14. www.qatarairways.com.

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