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Qatar Airways wins two key travel awards in Asia

Qatar Airways continues its award-winning run, collecting Best Middle Eastern Airline accolades from leading Asian travel industry magazines at separate events held in Hong Kong and Bangkok. 

Qatar Airways Senior Vice Pesident Commercial East Asia & Southwest Pacific Marwan Koleilat, left, collects the Best Middle Eastern Airline award from Cathy Lee, Goodwill Ambassador of Chi Heng Foundation at the Business Traveller Asia Pacific awards ceremony in Hong Kong.

Qatar Airways Senior Vice Pesident Commercial East Asia & Southwest Pacific Marwan Koleilat gestures five wins in five years for Qatar Airways as he displays the airline’s Best Middle Eastern Airline award at the TTG Asia Awards held in Bangkok.

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