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  • Qatar Airways named best airline in the world
  • Qatar Airways named best airline in the world
    Lawrence Sinclair (2015) ©
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Qatar Airways named best airline in the world

Fresh flowers, chandeliers and Michelin-starred food – the image conjured is one of a luxury hotel. A plane journey – synonymous with discomfort and boredom – is certainly not what springs to mind. But for those who can afford to fly with Qatar Airways, this is exactly what they'll experience.

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