Qatar Airways has launched a massive sale globally offering some big discounts on fares around the world including those from Malaysia and Singapore.
The Qatar Airways Sale
The offers overall are very good:
- You’ll get some very cheap fares in both Economy and Business class and you can book travel up until the 15th December 2016.
- For those that are Malaysia Airlines Enrich members theses will count towards your Enrich Miles and Elite Enrich Miles – for details on earning rates click the link here: Enrich Miles Earning Rates on Qatar Airways
- If you are a Qatar Airways Privilege Club member you’ll earn triple – yes triple QMiles!
- There’s a prize draw as well!
I recently flew in their new A350 business class product and it’s now one of my favorites, so I’ll be looking closely at these offers too!
This sale goes on until the 17th January so there isn’t too long to book – full details for Malaysia and Singapore flyer can be found below:
Routes and Prices out of Malaysia
Kuala Lumpur – London 10,627 (MYR) Business Class Return
Kuala Lumpur – Oslo 9,720 (MYR) Business Class Return
Kuala Lumpur – New York 14,960 (MYR) Business Class Return
Kuala Lumpur – Amsterdam 2,054 (MYR) Economy Class Return
Kuala Lumpur – Rome 2,476 (MYR) Economy Class Return
Kuala Lumpur – Los Angeles 4,169 (MYR) Economy Class Return
Here’s the link if you want to find more offers: Qatar Airways Sale – Malaysia
Routes and Prices out of Singapore
Singapore – Johannesburg 3,050 (SGD) Business Class Return
Singapore – Barcelona 3,170 (SGD) Business Class Return
Singapore – Los Angeles 45,15 (SGD) Business Class Return
Singapore – Barcelona 905 (SGD) Economy Class Return
Singapore – Venice 930 (SGD) Economy Class Return
Singapore – Moscow 940 (SGD) EconomyClass Return
Here’s the link if you want to find more offers: Qatar Airways Sale – Singapore
Fares Options and Terms and Conditions
Qatar Airways is also offering discounts for bookings made with 2 or 3 passengers. However sometimes it does actually seem to work out cheaper to book separately so check when you’re searching.
The one big drawback is that for business class tickets the minimum stay is 7 days, 7 days for Economy (O), 5 days for Economy (T) and 3 days for Economy (Q).
All of the rest of the terms and condtions are pretty standard and are the sales pages:
What do you think of the offer or have you flown Qatar Airways recently and what did you think?