Qatar Airways Logo
Qatar Airways is the international airline of Qatar. Its logo or emblem is very distinctive, since it is the head of an oryx, an antelope with very long straight horns, which is the national animal of Qatar.
Originally owned by the royal family of Qatar, Qatar Airways was re-launched in 1997, under a new management team. Today, the Government of Qatar holds 50% stake of it, and the rest belongs to various private investors.
Qatar Airways is the national carrier of Qatar, based at Doha Hamad International Airport. The carrier is wholly-owned by the Qatari government. Qatar Airways is one of the Middle East’s largest network airlines, operating an extensive network of international services to 140 destinations in the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America. The carrier’s investments include a 9.99% stake in the International Airlines Group (IAG), the group’s largest shareholder. Qatar Airways is also a member of oneworld.
Qatar Airways operates one of the most modern fleets in the sky
With more than 340 aircraft on order, including Boeing 777 and 787 and Airbus A380 and A350 (launch customer), our carbon footprint per-seat will continue to decline. Additionally, we will have the continued ability to increase our service to business centres and popular leisure destinations worldwide.