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In a grand gesture of appreciation, Qatar Airways has announced a special offering for all Qatari national retirees in celebration of Qatar National Day, according to a report by Wego. This initiative is a tribute to the retirees of Qatar, recognizing and celebrating their unwavering dedication and service to their country.
In celebration of the Qatar National Day, #QatarAirways will pay tribute to all Qatari national retirees' holders of the retirement card.
All national retirees will be entitled to 25% off First and Business class tickets, and 50% off Economy class tickets on all Qatar Airways… pic.twitter.com/CH2Z6RsrI8
— Qatar Airways (@qatarairways) December 12, 2023
Starting January 2024, these esteemed individuals will be entitled to exclusive discounts on Qatar Airways flights to over 170 destinations worldwide. The benefits include a remarkable 25% discount on First and Business class tickets and an impressive 50% off on Economy class tickets. This generous offering extends beyond air travel, with additional perks such as a 20% discount on all food and beverage outlets and select retail shops at Qatar Duty-Free.
The collaboration between Qatar Airways Group and the General Retirement and Social Insurance Authority (GRSIA) ensures that the process of availing these special packages remains seamless. Qatar Airways is committed to working closely with GRSIA to facilitate the necessary documentation and make this initiative a reality for deserving retirees.
As the nation celebrates its achievements on Qatar National Day, this gesture by Qatar Airways stands as a testament to the importance placed on honoring the commitment and service of the Qatari people. The airline hopes that this exclusive offering will add an extra layer of joy and comfort to the lives of those who have dedicated their careers to the betterment of Qatar. This initiative underscores Qatar Airways’ commitment to giving back to the community and honoring those who have served their country.