19 February 2015

Qatar CEO will comment A350 service status next 4/March in Berlin.

Qatar Airways will showcase its A350 XWB business-class seat at the ITB Berlin to be held between 4-8/March.

Qatar Airways said it is participating at the exhibition for the 7th consecutive year.

On the first day of the event, a press conference hosted by Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar al-Baker will be held to discuss the airline’s participation in the fair and to make a series of updates its A350 XWB aircraft service. 

“We are pleased to be at ITB yet again this year, sharing the airline’s latest updates,” said al-Baker.

“By adding the world’s only A350 XWB to our fleet, we have shown our commitment to bringing Qatar Airways’ passengers the latest technology and comfort in the skies.” 

He noted that Qatar Airways will have 5 A350 XWB aircraft in service by the end of 2015.

ITB Berlin -first launched in 1966- has become the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show with the participation of over 180 countries.

Based on the article “QA to showcase A380 and A350 XWB business class seats at ITB Berlin event” published in Gulf Times


  1. ..He noted that Qatar Airways will have 5 A350 XWB aircraft in service by the end of 2015..
    Strange, taking into consideration that their No's 6-8 are mated and in cabin final fit stages. They should be ready after holidays...

    1. the next birds after the five for Qatar are for Vietnam and Finnair.

    2. I'm aware of it, but at least 15 planes should be delivered in 2015 - means even if all already in FAL Vietnam and Finnair planes will be handed over (which is 8), 7 planes remained + 1 delivered in 2014...

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