Qatar Airways will launch a new all-business class service between Doha and London in May this year, and we've got the first photos from inside Qatar's special 'all premium' Airbus A319 jet.
The daily shuttle will seat 40 passengers in a 2-2- layout, with Qatar boasting the seats "have one of the highest specifications for business class travel of any airline."
Each passenger gets in-seat entertainment plus AC laptop power, of course, with inflight mobile phone access – although there's no mention of satellite Internet.
The seats themselves recline to a fully-flat bed.
In all, Qatar suggests its A319 "is sure to reflect that of a VIP jet experience for those traveling between London and Doha."
Travellers also enjoy access to Qatar's Premium lounge in London Heathrow’s T4 (below) plus the Premium Terminal in Doha.
Qatar's description of the Terminal 4 lounge as more closely resembling "a boutique hotel or private member's club rather than a conventional airport lounge" fits in perfectly with the A319's VIP vibe.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker will also cut the ribbon at the Doha’s new Hamad International Airport, which will become Qatar's new home when it finally opens around the middle of this year.
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