Business class with privacy doors? Sold.
First in business. That’s not just Qatar Airways bragging about winning numerous awards for world’s best business class, including ours. That’s Qatar Airways saying their new QSuites business class is so good – you’ll never need first class. If you’re dying to check out the new suites by cashing in some points or booking one of Qatar’s attractive deals – here’s where you’ll find QSuites, and which routes will operate the seat next!
Tip: Use ExpertFlyer’s seat map for your date and flight to double check that your flight has QSuites. Look for a Boeing 777 or A350 aircraft with a staggered 1-2-1 seating layout. If it has it, you’ve got QSuites.
Qatar Airways will serve the Boston-Doha route with a QSuites equipped Boeing 777-300ER beginning March 31st, 2019 on flights 743, 744. This is exciting news bringing a fifth U.S. QSuite destination to the table. Seats are wide open, too…
Beginning December 1st, Qatar Airways will launch QSuites service to Sao Paulo with a Boeing 777-200LR. The flights will operate numbers 773, 774 respectively between Doha and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The flight will also operate between Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires separately, which can be booked on its own, using points or cash.
Los Angeles-Doha is quite a long flight, and you soon won’t care one bit. The airline is adding QSuites to Los Angeles beginning on February 2nd on flights 739, 740 respectively. This is a game changer!
15 hours on a plane flies when you’re in your own suite with dine on demand. Qatar Airways flights 906, 907 operated by the Boeing 777-300ER long haul aircraft feature QSuites on this jump. There really isn’t a better way to fly to Australia in business class.
Qatar Airways flights 725 and 726 between Chicago O’Hare and Doha now feature QSuites. This was originally scheduled to launch in April, 2019 but the timetable moved up. Be sure to look for the staggered seat map to confirm.
Stockholm now offers a daily Airbus A350-900 flight, equipped with the latest and greatest QSuites. Flights 172, 171 offer the suites, so be sure to look for the Airbus A350 flight. Here’s a review.
Qatar will begin Airbus A350-1000 service from Doha to the far more convenient Tokyo airport, Tokyo Haneda, beginning January 1st, 2019. The aircraft will operate flights 812, 813 respectively and will offer the first private business class suite Tokyo has ever seen.
Qatar Airways flights 817, 818 will feature QSuites from October 1st, 2018 onward. This will be the first QSuites rollout for Hong Kong, and represents an exciting upgrade to the Boeing 777 aircraft for this major business route.
Qatar Airways flights 7 & 8 and 15 & 16 (effective February 24th, 2018) between Doha and London presently feature the QSuites as do virtually any flights operated by a Boeing 777 or Airbus A350. If you want QSuites on your London flight, simply avoid the A380 or 787. More flights are being added regularly as planes roll out.
Beginning November 1st, Qatar Airways flight 944 from Doha to Singapore will be operated by the Airbus A350-1000, complete with QSuites. The return flight 945 on November 2nd, will mark the first service from Singapore to Doha. And it doesn’t stop there: Qatar Airways second daily services 946, 947 will feature the A350-1000 beginning December 1st.
This fantastic Australian city features QSuites on Boeing 777-300ER flights to Sydney, which connect onto Canberra. Flights 906, 907 are the flights to shoot for and will almost certainly bring the best seat in the sky. If you prefer the onboard bar of the A380 without QSuites, 908 and 909 are your flights.
Qatar Airways flights 701 & 702 are the most reliable QSuites flights between Doha and New York’s JFK Airport at present. There is rumor that a second daily QSuites using the new Airbus A350-1000.
Qatar Airways flights 41 & 42 represent the QSuites flights between Paris and Doha. Paris to Doha offers a day flight, which is a perfect way to enjoy the full service. Doha to Paris is overnight, if you prefer to test the bed.
At ITB Berlin, Qatar unveiled plans for Munich. Flights, 57,58,59 and 60 should all feature QSuites, which makes Munich a wise choice for travelers hoping to get a taste!
Beginning January 6th 2018, Qatar Airways will offer QSuites between Washington DC Dulles Airport and Doha Hamad International on flights 707 & 708. With over 12 hours of flying time, this is a great way to experience QSuites.
Seoul, South Korea will receive QSuites on January 22nd 2018 on flights 858 & 859. This is Qatar’s first Asian QSuites destination, and is a surprising one. Qatar had previously announced Tokyo would be an early QSuites route.
Starting May 1st, Frankfurt will become the first German airport to receive QSuites. Munich and Berlin will follow later in the year. This is an exciting move for German travelers, especially since the airport will receive Airbus A350’s featuring the new suite.
Houston, Texas offers QSuites on flights 713,714 bringing a big upgrade to this flight. This is a great solution for travelers who aren’t close to major East or West Coast hubs.
Qatar will begin QSuite flights to Shanghai as of May 15th, 2018 on flights 870, 871 respectively. This is an exciting move for the Chinese market and will make Qatar instantly more competitive. The flight will be operated by a Boeing 777 aircraft.
Qatar Airways QSuites are outstanding by any measure. Here’s a QSuites review. You simply can’t beat the double bed if traveling for two, and the seats closest to the window offer incredible seclusion for solo travelers.