QATAR Airways Holidays is gearing up for the peak 2004/2005 holiday booking season with a raft of promotional offers to new destinations served by parent company Qatar Airways.
As the holiday arm of one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, Qatar Airways Holidays has reported a 104 per cent increase on the number of passengers carried so far this year over the 2003 levels.
Qatar Airways Holidays is entering the winter booking season in buoyant mood on the back of a sharp increase in passenger bookings. With new scheduled flights to destinations such as Beijing and Seychelles, and additional flights to existing destinations offered by Qatar Airways, the choice of holidays has widened to provide greater options.
Package holiday prices to Beijing start at QR4,920, while trips to the idyllic Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles lead in from QR4,135 per person. Both packages include return economy flights with Qatar Airways from Doha, bed and breakfast accommodation for three nights, hotel taxes, service charges, transfers and a free city tour.
Qatar Airways Holidays currently offers city and resort breaks, honeymoon packages and flights and accommodation-only to 74 destinations in 42 countries worldwide. These include far flung Asian destinations such as Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and India, together with European centres such as London, Paris, Barcelona and Prague. And there are a variety of value-for-money packages available closer to home in the Middle East.
To celebrate the expansion, Qatar Airways Holidays has put together several new packages.
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