Qatar Airways Introduces ‘Travel Bubble Holidays’ to the Maldives


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PUBLISHED November 18, 2020 | updated November 18, 2020 00:59

- Qatar’s first COVID-19 ‘Travel Bubble Holiday' Packages 

- No Exceptional Entry Permit required for residents 

- No quarantine or self-isolation on return 

Qatar Airways has announced a new and exclusive range of 'Travel Bubble Holidays’; Qatar’s very first ‘Safe Travel Bubble’ which has now been established between Qatar and the Maldives. 

By booking a Flight and Hotel package with Qatar Airways Holidays, you can now enjoy a holiday on a paradise island, surrounded by glistening turquoise seas, without having to worry about going into quarantine or self-isolation upon return. Residents don’t need to obtain an Exceptional Entry Permit to return home either. 

The airline revealed that all packages available here can be booked from now to 24 December, for travel from 1 December to 7 January 2021, adding that all travel must be completed by 7 January 2021. As each resort is situated on its own private island guests can be rest assured that these exclusive use resorts are as safe to visit as any of the resorts in Qatar.  

A multiple award-winning airline, Qatar Airways was named ‘World’s Best Airline’ by the 2019 World Airline Awards, managed by Skytrax. It was also named ‘Best Airline in the Middle East’, ‘World’s Best Business Class’, and ‘Best Business Class Seat’, in recognition of its ground-breaking Business Class experience, Qsuite. It is the only airline to have been awarded the coveted ‘Skytrax Airline of the Year’ title, which is recognised as the pinnacle of excellence in the airline industry, five times. 

In addition to offering excellent service for passengers, Qatar Airways is also focused on the sustainability of its operations. The airline’s variety of modern, fuel-efficient aircraft – particularly its fleet of 52 Airbus A350s and 30 Boeing 787s – reduces its carbon dioxide emissions. Due to COVID-19’s impact on travel demand, the airline has grounded its fleet of Airbus A380s as it is not environmentally justifiable to operate such a large aircraft in the current market. Qatar Airways has also recently launched a new programme that enables passengers to voluntarily offset the carbon emissions associated with their journey at the point of booking. 

 

 

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