•The addition of Qsuite to the Nairobi frequency will offer passengers especially those connecting with onwards journies to the US, an unparalleled level of comfort with the industry's first in Business experience.
•Patented by Qatar Airways, Qsuite features the industry’s first-ever double bed available in Business Class, as well as private cabins for up to four people with privacy panels that stow away.
Qatar Airways has brought its award-wining 'Qsuite' to Nairobi.
The Qsuite will be on board its Airbus A350-1000 featuring 46 seats in Business Class and 281 seats in Economy Class.
Qsuite are the first suite-style business-class seats, complete with closing doors and layouts that could be configured into four-person family or work areas and even double beds.
In a statement on Tuesday, Africa Vice President Hendrik Du Preez said the addition of Qsuite will offer passengers especially those connecting with onwards journeys to the US, an unparalleled level of comfort.
Patented by Qatar Airways, Qsuite features the industry’s first-ever double bed available in Business Class, as well as private cabins for up to four people with privacy panels that stow away.
This allows passengers in adjoining seats to create their own private room, a first of its kind in the industry.
Adjustable panels and movable TV monitors on the centre four seats allow colleagues, friends or families travelling together to transform their space into a private suite, allowing them to work, dine and socialize together.
Preez said the Airways has transformed premium travel by bringing a First-Class experience to the Business Class cabin.
"Qsuite provides the ultimate customizable travel experience that enables passengers to create an environment that suits their own needs whether it is a mini office in the sky or a private candle lit dinner with a loved one.," he said.
"We look forward to welcoming passengers from Nairobi onboard and beyond to our rapidly expanding network globally.”
Qatar Airways offers double-daly services to Nairobi from Doha with 14 flghts per week.
"...utilising its sustainable and fuel-efficient Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner aircraft on one frequency and the Airbus A350- 1000 on the other," he added.
Edited by CM