Qatar Airways introduces one-stop QMICE solutions for event organizers
DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Airways has introduced QMICE, a new and easy one-stop solution for meeting and incentive planners and conference organizers who are looking to simplify and streamline their plann
DOHA, Qatar – Qatar Airways has introduced QMICE, a new and easy one-stop solution for meeting and incentive planners and conference organizers who are looking to simplify and streamline their planning processes while receiving attractive benefits and discounts to help support their events.
Through QMICE, meeting and incentive planners, managing events for 20 to 300 passengers are able to block seats at pre-agreed fares by submitting a group fare request online for a minimum of 20 passengers. Planners will also benefit from flexible booking conditions, including bookings from multiple points of origins for less than 10 passengers per departure across multiple flights and dates, receiving event quotes more than 12 months ahead of departure.
Additionally, conference and exhibition organisers who are managing events with more than 300 participants, along with international associations and their appointed travel agents, may take advantage of attractive discounts by using the Preferred Airline function offered through QMICE. Discounts include providing attendees, who book online or through a appointed travel agent, discounts* of up to 25% on Qatar Airways and oneworld feeder flights. Organisers may also enjoy the same discounts for their site inspection trips to the event destination and earn incentives in the form of Qmiles through their attendees’ travel**.
QMICE also allows organisers the convenience of booking Al Maha Meet and Greet, Doha Stopovers, Doha City Tours, and visa arrangements for Qatar through Qatar Airways Holidays.
To learn more about Qatar Airways QMICE and its related programmes, visit www.qatarairways.com/qmice or register online to receive offers.
Qatar Airways has seen rapid growth in just 17 years of operations, currently flying a modern fleet of 134 aircraft to 144 key business and leisure destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Americas.