Qatar Airways Unveils a New Frequent Flyer Lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 4

Qatar Airways unveiled a new Frequent Flyer Lounge, the first of its kind outside Doha, exclusively for Privilege Club members and oneworld alliance partners. The airline also revealed a new dedicated Premium Check-in area at Terminal 4.

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Qatar Airways Unveils a New Frequent Flyer Lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 4

Qatar Airways, World's Best Airline, is upping efforts to enhance its passenger experience at Airports. The Airline today unveiled a new Frequent Flyer Lounge and also provided an update about its passenger experience enhancement at London Heathrow Terminal 4. Read to know the finer details.

New Frequent Flyer Lounge in Terminal 4:

The new Frequent Flyer Lounge, the first of its kind outside of its home, is exclusively for Qatar Airways Privilege Club members, with access extending to Joint Business Partners like British Airways Executive Club members and other oneworld Alliance loyalty members.

Situated in Terminal 4, located just a floor below the Premium Lounge, the Frequent Flyer Lounge boasts modern interiors overlooking the tarmac. Eligible customers can indulge in a menu comprising a hot and cold buffet selection and a range of beverages.

Reopens Premium Lounge in Terminal 4:

Qatar Airways’ Premium Lounge in Terminal 4, the very first in the airline’s global network, has also recently reopened its doors to Qatar Airways First and Business Class passengers. The premium lounge boasts elegant seating areas, tarmac views, a martini bar, a dedicated family area, a prayer room and diverse dining options including a full buffet and an à la carte menu served to fine dining standards at the brasserie and casual dining at the Global Deli.

Dedicated Premium Check-in Area at Terminal 4:

Further boosting the customer experience in London Heathrow, Qatar Airways has dedicated a new enclosed Premium Check-in Area exclusively for its First and Business Class customers.

Within the check-in lobby area, customers are invited to lounge in a haven of tranquillity with refreshing beverages while check-in formalities are completed. With a Boarding card and fast-track invitation in hand, customers can arrive at the lounge with ample time to spare before boarding the flight.

Commenting on the new lounge outside Doha, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said: “We are proud to be opening our first Frequent Flyer lounge outside of Doha, offering passengers across the oneworld Alliance network an oasis of calm and comfort in one of the world’s busiest airports. Qatar Airways is committed to serving passengers travelling from Heathrow with world-class facilities, and we hope that they will enjoy the warm Qatari hospitality offered at the Premium Lounge, FFP Lounge and the dedicated Premium Check-in area.”

HIA is preparing to boost its capacity and offer a unique Experience:

Responding to the growing demand for international travel, the national carrier of the State of Qatar continues to expand its network and Qatar’s Hamad International Airport is preparing to boost its capacity to welcome over 58 million passengers per year.

Qatar Airways currently operates from four UK Airports:

Qatar Airways’ service provides UK passengers with greater access to travel to a wide range of destinations on the airline’s global network, including Australia, Thailand, India, the Maldives and the Philippines. Qatar Airways currently operates from four UK airports, which includes five daily flights from London Heathrow increasing to six daily flights from London Gatwick, up to three daily flights from Manchester, and a daily service from Edinburgh. In addition to the UK frequencies, the airline operates to Dublin with 11 weekly flights.

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