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Special limited edition pink amenity kits are now being offered to Qatar The pink shade of Rose Pompadour used for the amenity kits was created in France in 1757 at the famous Sèvres porcelain facility. The shade, prized for its vivacity and beauty, was one of five colours produced by Sèvres, which helped to define magnificence and luxury in eighteenth-century France.

All passengers flying in First Class and Business Class with Qatar Airways will be offered pink versions of the airline’s signature miniature BRIC'S Bellagio and Sintesis suitcase amenity kits, which feature a hard shell with a Tuscan leather trim. Each bag contains exclusive products from Italy’s Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio, the environmentally friendly olive oil company. 

The skin care range includes lip balm, hydrating facial mist, and anti-ageing moisturiser in Business Class, with added Night Recovery Cream for First Class kits. Pink socks, eyeshades and ear plugs complete the range with the addition of a BRIC’S signature luggage tag for First Class.

Just last month, the airline introduced a new autumn range of limited edition BRIC’S amenity kits in yellow, navy blue, blush and tan for passengers flying long-haul in First Class and Business Class. 

First and Business Class passengers travelling on Qatar Airways’ medium-haul routes are also now also offered amenity kits from leading fashion brand Nappa Dori featuring a new series of destination images printed on the kits' canvas exterior, including Thailand, the Netherlands, China and Doha. 

Frequent travellers can add the new keepsake designs from both brands to their collections, which combine vintage and contemporary styles and contain a range of must-have handy travel accessories.

Qatar Airways will be adding many more exciting destinations to its network in 2017 and 2018, including Canberra, Australia and Chiang Mai, Thailand, to name but a few. Passengers will be able to go places together and discover Qatar Airways’ expanding network of more than 150 destinations, flying via the five-star Hamad International Airport in Doha.
The Qatar national carrier is one of the fastest-growing airlines, operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Now in its 20th year, Qatar Airways has a modern fleet of 200 aircraft flying to business and leisure destinations across six continents.

The pink shade of Rose Pompadour used for the amenity kits was created in France in 1757 at the famous Sèvres porcelain facility. The shade, prized for its vivacity and beauty, was one of five colours produced by Sèvres, which helped to define magnificence and luxury in eighteenth-century France.

All passengers flying in First Class and Business Class with Qatar Airways will be offered pink versions of the airline’s signature miniature BRIC'S Bellagio and Sintesis suitcase amenity kits, which feature a hard shell with a Tuscan leather trim. Each bag contains exclusive products from Italy’s Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio, the environmentally friendly olive oil company. 

The skin care range includes lip balm, hydrating facial mist, and anti-ageing moisturiser in Business Class, with added Night Recovery Cream for First Class kits. Pink socks, eyeshades and ear plugs complete the range with the addition of a BRIC’S signature luggage tag for First Class.

Just last month, the airline introduced a new autumn range of limited edition BRIC’S amenity kits in yellow, navy blue, blush and tan for passengers flying long-haul in First Class and Business Class. 

First and Business Class passengers travelling on Qatar Airways’ medium-haul routes are also now also offered amenity kits from leading fashion brand Nappa Dori featuring a new series of destination images printed on the kits' canvas exterior, including Thailand, the Netherlands, China and Doha. 

Frequent travellers can add the new keepsake designs from both brands to their collections, which combine vintage and contemporary styles and contain a range of must-have handy travel accessories.

Qatar Airways will be adding many more exciting destinations to its network in 2017 and 2018, including Canberra, Australia and Chiang Mai, Thailand, to name but a few. Passengers will be able to go places together and discover Qatar Airways’ expanding network of more than 150 destinations, flying via the five-star Hamad International Airport in Doha.

The Qatar national carrier is one of the fastest-growing airlines, operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. Now in its 20th year, Qatar Airways has a modern fleet of 200 aircraft flying to business and leisure destinations across six continents.