Qatar Airways Gives Away 100,000 Tickets to Medical Workers

The Gulf carrier is saying “thank you” to those caring for patients during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Source: Qatar Airways

To mark International Nurses Day, Qatar Airways is now rewarding the world’s frontline healthcare workers with 100,000 complimentary economy-class return tickets that will be fully flexible for destinations and dates.

The week-long giveaway opened on Monday, May 12, and will close at 11:59 p.m. Doha time on May 18 (3:59 a.m. Singapore time). Healthcare professionals from every country in the world are eligible for tickets, and can register for this exclusive offer at qatarairways.com/ThankYouHeroes. Medical staff who submit a form will receive a unique promotion code, offered on a first come, first served basis.

Every country will be given a daily allocation of tickets, depending on its population size, that will be staggered over a seven-day period until May 18. Each daily allocation will be released at 12:01 a.m. Doha time (5 a.m. Singapore time) throughout the campaign period.

Those with a promotion code can book up to two complimentary economy-class return tickets on Qatar Airways–operated flights: one for themselves and one for a companion, to any destination across the airline’s global network. These trips must be booked before November 26, 2020, with travel valid until December 10, 2020. Tickets will be fully flexible; an unlimited number of destination or date changes allowed without any fees. Fares and surcharges will be waived, though airport taxes still apply.

Eligible healthcare workers include doctors, medical practitioners, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists, lab technicians, and clinical researchers. A valid employer ID must be presented while checking in at the airport. Healthcare professionals will also be offered a voucher with a 35-percent discount to redeem at Qatar Duty Free retail outlets inside Doha’s Hamad International Airport, valid for use up to December 31, 2020.

For more information, visit Qatar Airways.

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