Qatar Airways Holidays launches travel packages for World Cup supporters

*Fans will need to join Qatar Airways Privilege Club first
*With the option of refunds and booking flexibility, fans can pick their team of choice now or switch teams later
*Packages include match tickets, return flights, hotels and more
*Packages are currently online and accessible in 26 countries
*Additional markets will be added in the coming months

*Prices start at $3,800

With just over a year to go until the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 kicks off, Qatar Airways Holidays has announced the launch of its unique travel packages for fans, including match tickets, flights round trip and accommodation options.
Travel packages are currently online and available in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Romania, Spain, Sweden and Thailand. Additional marketplaces will be added in the coming months (subject to license agreements).
Fans can now also choose additional services to explore the beautiful host country. In a few easy-to-follow steps, fans around the world will first need to join the Qatar Airways Privilege Club, to gain access to unique travel packages with booking flexibility and get their seats reserved at their favorite matches.
The journey then begins with fans selecting their favorite team, whose participation in the tournament will be decided based on the current FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
In the event that the chosen team does not qualify for the tournament, a full refund option will be offered, or fans will have the option of choosing another team’s matches (subject to availability).
To guarantee their experience, fans can choose from seven-tier travel packages, with prices starting at $3,800 (from India). Guests wishing to experience Qatar on their trip can also choose to add additional services such as airport transfers and guided tours.
Each fan can book a total of seven games by combining more than one package. In the event that their preferred team is defeated in the advanced stages of the tournament, tickets will be issued for the matches of one of the winning teams in the same group or same knockout path.
Additionally, fans can specify the number of guests they are traveling with and the number of rooms they wish to stay in. They can choose between standard and premium accommodation depending on their budget. To book or find out more, the link https://www.qatarairways.com/app/fifa2022/ can be visited.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, HE Akbar al-Baker, said: “It makes us proud to be the Official Airline of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and for the first time ever, the Middle East. Orient will take center stage with Qatar set to host the world’s most prestigious sporting event.We expect unprecedented demand throughout the tournament and, as part of our agreement with FIFA, fans can count on on us to enjoy seamless travel from over 140 destinations around the world. Fan Travel Packages will ensure customers have a fulfilling experience where every step of their journey is hassle-free, and in just a few easy steps, they can reserve seats for the matches of their favorite team.
The airline sponsored the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup and UEFA Euro 2020, and has an extensive global sports partnership portfolio that includes football governing bodies such as FIFA, CONCACAF and CONMEBOL. As an Official Partner of FIFA, Qatar Airways has sponsored major events, including the 2019 and 2020 editions of the FIFA Club World Cup, and will sponsor the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Qatar Airways sponsors also some of the biggest football clubs in the world, including Al Sadd SC, Boca Juniors, FC Bayern München, KAS Eupen and Paris Saint-Germain.

TRAVEL PACKAGES FOR FANS

*Starting price per person in a double room for comparison only. This is subject to change depending on your departure city and the exchange rate.

Last update: September 29, 2021 10:33 p.m.