Qatar Aiways, an official Airline Partner of the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019, has launched a fare promotion to Doha this week for what is billed as a warm-up event to support World Cup in 2022. The state of Qatar is making all efforts to successfully hold the World Cup.
According to details, fares in economy and business including packages from various cities worldwide to Doha are on offer. Qatar Airways invites customers to book flights and receive match tickets to see the stars of world football in action at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 between 11 and 21 December.
See the champion clubs from each continent battle it out in Doha during the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™.
— Qatar Airways (@qatarairways) October 21, 2019
In addition to savings on Qatar Airways flights to Doha if anyone books by 8 November, they will receive complimentary match tickets* to see all the action live at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019.
Passengers who already booked their travel journey are invited to extend their holiday with a stopover in Doha and receive match tickets. Packages bundle a roundtrip fare, match tickets, hotel stays and airport transfers. Free match tickets are available to travelers who book a stopover in Doha.
Qatar Airways will launch a global TV campaign to support its travel offer entitled ‘Make Qatar Your Goal’. The TV campaign will be broadcast in over 160 countries worldwide.
The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019TM will serve as an exciting preview to the biggest event in world football, the FIFA World Cup Qatar scheduled for 2022.
Featuring the six continental club champions from around the world along with Qatar Stars League champions Al Sadd Club, the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 action will start 11 December, culminating in the final on 21 December.
The national carrier for the State of Qatar hubs out of Hamad International Airport (HIA) and flies to 160 destinations worldwide with a fleet of 250 aircraft.
The airline has launched new destinations in 2019, including Lisbon, Portugal; Malta; Rabat, Morocco; Davao, Philippines; Izmir, Turkey; Mogadishu, Somalia and last week Langkawi, Malaysia.
Recently, Qatari authorities installed giant coolers alongside pavements and in outdoor shopping malls so the temperatures are bearable for people going about their everyday lives. Last year the tiny Gulf state began using air-conditioning in its football stadiums to keep fans and players cool.
— Jenny Anderson (@JennyAn47756386) October 18, 2019
According to details, temperatures in summer now reach a sweltering 115°F (46°C) in Qatar, where the 2022 World Cup has already been moved to winter to avoid the searing heat. The FIFA Club World Cup is an international men’s association football competition organized by the Federation International de Football Association (FIFA), the sport’s global governing body. It attracts people from across the world to watch the tournament which helps the host country to present its soft image before the world.
The FIFA Club World Cup is an international men’s association football competition organized by the Federation International de Football Association (FIFA), the sport’s global governing body. It attracts people from across the world to watch the tournament which helps the host country to present its soft image before the world.