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Qatar Airways unveils new Economy Class at ITB Berlin 2019


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Qatar Airways used the opening day of ITB Berlin 2019 to unveil a its new Economy Class experience.

The new Economy Class features a seat, made by Optimares, with a 19-degree recline system, additional legroom, dual trays, 13.3-inch 4 K widescreens and type ‘C’ fast charging USB port.

The airline’s new in-flight dining has also been enhanced with new tableware, a menu offering more choices, 25% larger main courses, 20% larger appetisers, and 50% larger desserts.

Qatar Airways used the opening day of ITB Berlin to unveil a its new Economy Class experience. Qatar Airways’ new Economy Class experience features a seat with an innovative 19-degree recline system, additional legroom, dual trays, 13.3-inch 4 K widescreens and type ‘C’ fast charging USB port. Click to enlarge.

Economy Class passengers will also be able to enjoy improved connectivity, including up to 10 times faster broadband, as well as more than 4,000 entertainment options on Qatar Airways’ Oryx One in-flight entertainment system.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker said: “Our new Economy Class seat, with its redesigned recline system and additional leg room, will ensure that our passengers in Economy Class arrive at their destinations feeling rested and refreshed.” The new Economy Class will not be in the sky until end-2020 or early-2021.

ITB Berlin, one of the largest travel trade shows in the world, is taking place 6-10 March.


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