Qatar Airways received 3 A350-1000 aircraft. The Qatar Airways fleet includes 52 A350 XWB aircraft.
On 22 October 2020, Qatar Airways received 3 A350-1000 aircraft, becoming the largest A350 XWB aircraft operator. Qatar Airways currently owns 52 A350 aircraft. The 3 aircraft received will enter operational service on routes to Africa, America, Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Airbus A350-1000 Qatar Airways aircraft are configured in 2 fare classes: 46 places in Business Class and 281 places in Economy Class. It can carry a total of 327 passengers, while providing increased passenger comfort and operational efficiency to airlines.
Qatar Airways is one of the few airlines in the world that has never stopped flying during this pandemic. At the same time, it is one of the few airlines that has continued to receive new aircraft.
And because aviation is hit by the new coronavirus pandemic, Qatar Airways has decided to keep the entire Airbus A380 fleet on the ground. But at the same time, it continues to modernize its fleet with new, more efficient aircraft.
Qatar Airways has a variety of aircraft, able to size its operational activity according to demand and supply. But without compromising on the quality of services provided to passengers.