One of my favorite airlines in the world (and arguably one of the best) just launched a sale to more than 100 destinations across the Middle East, India, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
Travel is valid between November 12 and May 31, 2013 (my birthday!) but tickets must be purchased by 11:59pm on November 10 (local time).
Qatar Airways flies from Houston, New York, Washington DC and Chicago (beginning April 10, 2013).
Sample roundtrip fares (include all fees, taxes and airport charges):
- Chicago (ORD) – Singapore $1,190 USD
- Houston (IAH) – Mumbai $1,156 USD
- New York (JFK) – Dubai $1,007 USD
- Washington, DC (IAD) – Islamabad $964 USD
Note: Seats are limited, subject to availability with restrictions on specific dates with some destinations excluded.
To book, visit QatarAirways.com/3daysale, or any of Qatar Airways sales offices or your travel agent.
FYI: Natalie and I flew Qatar Airways last spring from New York to India (via Doha) and then from The Maldives to Doha and back to New York for an incredible two-week trip. I linked all of my stories below so you can see what a fabulous time we had!
- New York to India (via Doha)
- 15 Reasons to Fly Qatar Airways
- Visiting Doha, Qatar
- Mumbai, India
- Hyderabad, India
- Kerala, India
- The Maldives
What surprised me the most is that many of my friends didn’t even know of the Doha-based airline. Hello?! They are one of the world’s fastest growing carriers in world. Would you believe in just 15 years of operation they have 111 modern planes and serve 120 destinations all across Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America.
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