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Consider flying to Qatar using international business class tickets. Qatar is a long journey and offers a lot to see and do. Business class flights to Qatar will not only make the journey more comfortable but will help you be more active during your stay there. Research affordable business class flights to Qatar and see if you can find tickets to work with your budget. Great deals for business class tickets can be found through your local travel agent and even on some websites specializing in luxury class tickets. This Arab country offers something for everyone to see from the ultra-modern mind-boggling skyscrapers to beautiful coastlines and picturesque sand dunes. Try using FlightsLux, a travel website that specializes in first class and business class travel.


Qatar Airports. Which Airport is Best to Use for My Search?

Use Hamad International Airport, DOH as your destination airport. This airport is fairly new (opened in 2014) and might be referred to as New Doha International Airport or Doha International Airport. Regardless of what you call it, Hamad International Airport, DOH will offer you plenty of opportunities to find great deals on international business class flights to Qatar. This airport is located in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Qatar Airways and many other carriers use this airport, so you not be limited to an airline company either.


Ten Amazing Sights to See in Qatar


  1. Museum of Islamic Art- Located in the capital city of Doha, the Museum of Islamic Art is a short 15-minute ride from the Hamad International Airport. It was built on a tiny island for just the museum to occupy. The museum houses many collections of ancient Islamic art is located in a beautiful building that was designed by the same architect that designed the Louvre pyramid in Paris. The building itself is a piece of art.
  2. Brunch at a local hotel- Luxury hotels in Qatar have elevated the art of brunch. They continuously try to one-up the next with a host of options and attractions. Sushi, roasts, exotic cheeses, freshly baked bread, and chocolate fountains are just the beginning. The W hosts the Market by famous chef Jean-Georges. The St. Regis offers the Vine with its chocolate fountain and the Ritz- Carlton has the Superhero Picnic which is held on the last Friday of the month.
  3. Attend a sporting event- The world will embark on Qatar as this is the location for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In preparation, brand new stadiums and infrastructure is being completed to pull off this historic event. However, Qatar draws many world sporting events like the ATP World Tour which will draw the best women’s and men’s players in the world. There is also the Qatar Moto Grand Prix and the Qatar Masters Golf tournament. Both of which draw the best drivers and golfers in the world. As far as local sports there is camel racing and Arabian horse racing.
  4. Al-Zubarah Fort- Believed to have been built in the 1800’s, the Al-Zubarah Fort and surrounding village was abandoned at the start of the 20th century. It was a former pearling and fishing village. The entire fort and village was buried by several sandstorms over the years and was uncovered after archaeologists began excavating the area in the 1980’s. Self-guided tours are available. Located next to the recovered fort you will see the more recent Al-Zubarah Fort that was built in 1938. Both forts tell the history of the towns culture and history. It is difficult to get to this location from Doha. It is a 2-hour drive if you have your own car, but public transportation requires several transfers so unless you rented a car you might consider giving this one a pass.
  5. Visit a Mall- With the extreme heat in Qatar, there are many air-conditioned malls. However, the most well-known mall is the Villaggio Mall. It was designed to make you feel like you are in Venice. There is an indoor canal where you can take a gondola ride and look up at the painted blue ceiling with scattered clouds. It has over 200 stores. The largest mall in Qatar is the Doha Festival City mall with a movie theatre, fine shopping, an IKEA, a theme park and a soon to come indoor snow park. Then there is the ultra-luxury mall, the Al Hazm with imported 200-year-old olive trees. The Tawar Mall is over 4,000 square meters and a favorite for families as it has an indoor trampoline park.
  6. Doha Corniche- Offering the most panoramic views of the City is the Doha Corniche. Several miles in length, the corniche runs in a horseshoe shape from the Museum of Islamic Art around to the West Bay business district. Many people will be out for a stroll or jog depending on the heat index of course. The promenade is full of cafes, restaurants and green areas with strategically located trees to give you a respite from the sun.
  7. Mangroves of Al Thakira- Qatar is known for its extreme heat and sandy deserts, so it is unique to find a large area with green trees, green grass, and waterways. The Mangroves of Al Thakira are filled with bird life. The birds enjoy the tropical climate and you can find herons and flamingos who have flocked to this destination for years. It is possible to rent a kayak and jump out onto the water to enjoy the lush lands. Just remember you are in a desert.
  8. Al Shaqab Equestrian Center- Middle Eastern culture is known for its love of horses. Nowhere is this displayed better than at the Al Shaqab Equestrian Center in Doha. Wealthy people in Qatar are known to spend millions on their love of fine horses. This ultramodern complex is the best facility to display their prize show horses. The complex allows visitors to come and see how these pure bread animals are trained. Activities include horse swimming pools and competitive tracks. If you are lucky you might see a baby foal being born.
  9. East-West /West-East- Artist Richard Serra built this art installation deep in the Qatari desert known as the East-West / West-East. Two limestone cliffs bookend a corridor with four towering steel posts that span over a kilometer. Each post reaches 15 meters above the desert. The steel has been oxidized by the desert conditions, but it gives off a strange sheen to them in the light. The posts are dramatic and the cliffs on either side frame this interesting piece of art. You will need a vehicle with four-wheel drive to access the sculptures which is also a great chance to explore the desert.
  10. Bandar Aden- A traditional Middle Eastern restaurant that is an institution in Doha is the Bandar Aden. It has incredible Yemeni cooking. You can tell this place is good due to how many locals dine here. People sit on the floor, with your shoes off, an enjoy a large mound of rice and different kinds of cooked meats. They are also famous for their stews. Tables are available upon request if you don’t want to sit traditional style or maybe lack a little bit of flexibility.



The Final Steps. What Do I Need to Know Before I Purchase my Tickets?


A great rule of thumb when purchasing anything is to make sure you know the refund policy and terms and conditions, and that definitely applies when buying your airline tickets. Sometimes complications arise that cause us to have to cancel our vacations or postpone them, know your rights and know what you are agreeing to before you purchase. Ask all of your questions now. Write them down if you need to, but get the answers you need before you purchase your tickets.

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