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Qatar Airways celebrates flights to Copenhagen

01 June 2010 - Copenhagen, DENMARK –  Qatar Airways celebrated its recent launch of flights to Copenhagen with a festive gala dinner and a press conference in the Danish capital, where the airline reinforced its commitment to Scandinavia.

The Danish city is Qatar Airways’ second destination in Northern Europe, to where the airline also operates daily flights to Stockholm in neighbouring Sweden.
Since the March 30 launch of four non-stop flights-a-week between the airline’s operational hub of Doha, capital of the State of Qatar, and Copenhagen, Qatar Airways reports the new service proving to be one of its most successful start-up routes of the year.


Pic 1:   Qatar Airways Vice-President Commercial Europe, Paul Johannes, pictured right, with Gunter Saurwein, the airline’s Country Manager for Scandinavia, Finland and Baltic States addressed media from Denmark and the Gulf at a packed press conference in Copenhagen.

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Pic 2: Qatar Airways Vice-President Commercial Europe, Paul Johannes addressing guests at the airline’s gala dinner held in Copenhagen following the recent launch of flights to Denmark’s capital city.

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Pic 3: Over 200 guests from across the Danish social, business and entertainment scene joined Qatar Airways at the airline’s gala dinner, held at the Danish National Gallery – a spectacular venue in the centre of Copenhagen.
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Pic 4: Aerial dancers wooed guests with their performance at Qatar Airways’ gala dinner at the Danish National Gallery in Copenhagen.
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Pic 5: Thomas Helmig, one of Denmark’s most popular singers, entertained the crowd with Danish and English songs at Qatar Airways’ gala dinner, held at the historic Danish National Gallery in Copenhagen.


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Pic 6: Qatar Airways’ gala dinner culminated with a grand finale raffle draw, which awarded delighted guests with fantastic prizes. Pictured second left is Qatar Airways Country Manager Scandinavia, Finland and Baltic States, Gunter Saurwein and next to him is the airline’s Sales Manager Denmark, Pia Lind with one of the lucky winners, who won two Business Class tickets.

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