Lufthansa finds new home in Doha
New office provides a more comfortable and appealing setting for the customers
Leaving its old home at Al Rayyan Street, Lufthansa officially opens doors to its new premises on the 15th floor of Al Mana Tower attached to the Boulevard Mall. The new Lufthansa town office provides customers with a more comfortable and convenient venue to conduct official business.
Lufthansa’s new office is situated in the high street amidst well-known commercial establishments. Al Mana Tower is the perfect location for the German airline’s bureau in Doha. With its easily accessible location, the new Lufthansa office provides optimum convenience for customers arriving by car or taxi. The office is open from 08.30 am to 5.30 pm, from Saturday to Thursday.
“With the rapid development of Doha’s infrastructure new commercial buildings are being put on the market. We are very pleased with our new location here in the Al Mana Tower, as we can now serve both our customers and travel partners in a modern facility”, said Mrs. Randa ElMassry, the local Lufthansa manager for passenger sales. “Our business in Doha develops favorably and this wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our general service agent, Darwish Travel Bureau, to whom we also express our gratitude for being instrumental in helping us realize our move,” in Doha.
The new office bears a classic, fluid design giving a welcome feel to anyone who visits the Lufthansa bureau. “We created a space that would be comfortable and pleasing to the eyes of our visitors. There is a more relaxed atmosphere which is what our valued customers feel when onboard a Lufthansa flight. Just as we take care of our customers onboard, providing a superior product and service, we also make it a point to start their Lufthansa experience already on the ground,” said Mrs. ElMassry.
“We congratulate the Lufthansa German Airlines team in Doha on the opening of its new office. With its prestigious location, more of our customers and travel partners will be delighted to conduct their travel needs with ease,” said Peter Pollak, Lufthansa’s General Manager UAE and Director Gulf, Afghanistan & Iraq.
Lufthansa in Qatar has been connecting customers from Doha to its hub in Frankfurt, Germany since January 2006. Flying daily with a modern Airbus A330 aircraft, Lufthansa flights are operated with a three class cabin configuration, featuring Lufthansa’s acclaimed First, Business and Economy class. Lufthansa’s long-haul fleet is currently being refitted with an all new First Class product as well as with ‘FlyNet’, the most advanced onboard broadband internet hotspot worldwide. Furthermore, a new, fully-flat Business Class product has been introduced on board early this year.
From Frankfurt, travelers find lean onward connections to over 280 destinations in 102 countries via Lufthansa Group’s network.
Lufthansa flights can be booked online at www.lufthansa.com, via Lufthansa’s Doha Service Center’s new telephone number +974 44 33 4000 or through a customer’s favorite travel agent.
Lufthansa German Airlines’ new address in Doha is: 15th floor, Al ManaTower, Suhaim Bin Hamad Str. - C Ring Road - Bin Mahmoud Area. Operation hours are from 08:30 am to 5:30pm, Saturdays to Thursdays.
Mr. Mathias Kruse, Deputy Head Mission of the German Embassy leads the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Lufthansa office together with Peter Pollak, Lufthansa’s General Manager UAE and Director Gulf, Afghanistan & Iraq and Mrs. Randa ElMassry, Lufthansa manager for passenger sales in Doha.
Deutsche Lufthansa AG is an Aviation Group comprising around 400 subsidiaries and affiliates. The Lufthansa Group is dedicated to quality and innovation, safety and reliability. Headquartered in Germany, the Group operates in five business segments – passenger transportation (Passenger Airline Group), logistics, MRO, catering and IT services. Passenger transportation is the Group’s core business: The airlines engaged in the passenger transportation business are Lufthansa Passenger Airlines (including Lufthansa Regional) Austrian Airlines, SWISS and Germanwings as well as stakeholdings in Brussels Airlines, JetBlue und SunExpress. In the 2012 business year, the airlines in the Lufthansa Group welcomed more than 103 million passengers on board their flights, making it Europe’s leading airline grouping. Operating through the Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Brussels and Zurich hubs, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and SWISS jointly serve 285 destinations in 102 countries on four continents. The Group fleet currently consists of 627 aircraft – on order are another 236, valued at a total of more than 22 billion euros at list price and scheduled for delivery until 2025. With its ongoing expenditure in fleet renewal, the Group is consistently making the fleet more cost-efficient and its operations more environment-friendly. Mid of March 2012 the Lufthansa Group employed around 117,000 people. In the 2012 business year, it returned revenues totalling 30.1 billion euros. The Group is managed by an Executive Board of four members: Christoph Franz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Carsten Spohr, Member of the Executive Board and Chief Executive Officer of Lufthansa Passenger Airlines, Stefan Lauer, Member of the Executive Board and Chief Officer Group Airlines and Corporate Human Resources, and Simone Menne, Member of the Executive Board and Chief Financial Officer. More details are available at www.lufthansa.com.