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LAST CHANCE: Don’t miss our Qatar Airways competition to win 2 Business Class flights

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Just three days left to enter!

Three weeks ago I launched a fantastic competition in association with Qatar Airways. It is the biggest prize we have ever given away on Head for Points.

One lucky Head for Points reader will win two Business Class tickets to their choice of Qatar Airways destination.

This is an exceptional prize. You would struggle to buy two Business Class tickets to Australia for under £4,000, for example.

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About Qatar Airways

Launched in 1997, Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. It is the only airline to be flying the Airbus A380, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the new Airbus A350 XWB for which Qatar Airways is the launch customer.

The 2014 Skytrax Global Survey awarded Qatar Airways the title of ‘Best Business Class’. It also won in 2013. Regular readers will know that I flew the Boeing 777 and Boeing 787 Business Class seats last year and was very impressed by the aircraft and the lounges. The 1-2-1 Business Class seating used on the 787, A380 and A350 aircraft (see photo below) is especially spacious. Qatar Airways’s Business Class food won our (very unofficial) Head for Points bake-off between BA, Emirates and Qatar Airways in December.

It currently flies to 146 destinations globally including London Heathrow, Manchester and Edinburgh. The Manchester service increases to twice-daily from February 16th whilst the Edinburgh service is increasing to daily flights from May 1st. In Doha, Qatar Airways operates from the brand new Hamad International Airport which opened in May 2014.

Qatar Airways joined the oneworld alliance in October 2013. This allows you to earn and redeem British Airways Avios points and tier points on Qatar Airways services.

How to enter

The competition has only three days left it run – it closes on Sunday February 15th – so if you haven’t entered yet I suggest you do so today before you forget.

The entry form is in the original article on the competition which you fill find here.

Comments (1)

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  • David says:

    Don’t want the prize myself, but did just point it in the direction of smoeone who would – only to find that popular VPN providers blocked by ‘gleam’ it seems.

    No criticism of HFP, but you would think that a company like Qatar Airways, who are in the global transport business, would realise people are sometimes working away from home (and they might be just the kind of people you really want to convert to your customers). Restrict it to UK residents if they must, but UK IP addresses.

    Again, not a HFP criticism.

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