Which Routes Have Qatar Airways Qsuites?

Qatar Airways Qsuites is widely regarded as the world’s best business class…at least for now. It’s easy to assume that if you’re flying business class on Qatar, you’ll end up in Qsuites. However, that’s far from the case. Within their own fleet, Qatar’s business class configuration ranges from the highly desirable Qsuites, to 1-2-1 reverse herringbone, to 2-2-2 where not all seats have direct-aisle access.

Qatar Qsuites (courtesy of QatarAirways.com)

That’s not to say that business class in general doesn’t beat the heck out of economy, because it does. But, if you’re going to be flying business class and you have a choice, you want to fly your best possible option. That’s why we’re here to help you with a guide to all of Qatar Airways current Qsuite routes.

It’s important to note that this is the most current list as of posting this article. Even if you pick a flight that has Qsuites, it’s still subject to last-minute aircraft maintenance swaps. We’ll update this list periodically as new flights and routes are added to feature Qsuites.

For reference, we’ve listed the airport code. Outbound flight numbers list flights from that destination to Doha. Inbound flights list flight numbers from Doha to that city.

Without further ado, here is the comprehensive list of Qatar Airways Qsuite routes.

US

  • Boston (BOS)
    • Outbound: QR744
    • Inbound: QR743
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Chicago (ORD)
    • Outbound: QR726
    • Inbound: QR725
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Dallas (DFW)
    • Outbound: QR730
    • Inbound: QR729
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Houston (IAH)
    • Outbound: QR714
    • Inbound: QR713
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
    • Outbound: QR740
    • Inbound: QR739
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • New York (JFK)
    • Outbound: QR702, QR704
    • Inbound: QR701, QR703
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000, Boeing 777-300ER
  • Philadelphia (PHL)
    • Outbound: QR728
    • Inbound: QR727
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Washington DC (IAD)
    • Outbound: QR708
    • Inbound: QR707
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER

Canada

  • Montreal (YUL)
    • Outbound: QR764
    • Inbound: QR763
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER

South America

  • Buenos Aires (EZE) (Stops in Sao Paulo and connects on to Buenos Aires)
    • Outbound: QR774
    • Inbound: QR773
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Sao Paulo (GRU)
    • Outbound: QR774
    • Inbound: QR773
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER

Asia

  • Bangkok (BKK)
    • Outbound: QR831, QR833
    • Inbound: QR830, QR832
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Bengaluru (BLR)
    • Outbound: QR573
    • Inbound: QR572
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Beijing (PEK)
    • Outbound: QR895
    • Inbound: QR892, QR896
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Hong Kong (HKG)
    • Outbound: QR815, QR817
    • Inbound: QR816, QR818
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Kuala Lampur (KUL)
    • Outbound: QR845
    • Inbound: QR844
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Maldives (MLE)
    • Outbound: QR673, QR675
    • Inbound: QR672, QR674
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Mumbai (BOM)
    • Outbound: QR557
    • Inbound: QR556
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Shanghai (PVG)
    • Outbound: QR871
    • Inbound: QR870
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Singapore (SIN)
    • Outbound: QR943, QR945, QR947
    • Inbound: QR942, QR944, QR946
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Tokyo Haneda (HND)
    • Outbound: QR813
    • Inbound: QR812
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Tokyo Narita (NRT)
    • Outbound: QR807
    • Inbound: QR806
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER

Oceania

  • Adelaide (ADL)
    • Outbound: QR915
    • Inbound: QR914
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Auckland (AKL)
    • Outbound: QR921
    • Inbound: QR920
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-200LR
  • Canberra (CBR) (Stops in Sydney and connects on to Canberra)
    • Outbound: QR907
    • Inbound: QR906
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Sydney (SYD)
    • Outbound: QR907
    • Inbound: QR906
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER

Europe

  • Amsterdam (AMS)
    • Outbound: QR274
    • Inbound: QR273
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Berlin (TXL)
    • Outbound: QR78, QR82
    • Inbound:QR77, QR81
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Copenhagen (CPH)
    • Outbound: QR162
    • Inbound: QR161
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Frankfurt (FRA)
    • Outbound: QR70
    • Inbound: QR69
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • London (LHR)
    • Outbound: QR2, QR6, QR8, QR16
    • Inbound: QR1, QR5, QR7, QR15
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900, Airbus A350-1000, Boeing 777-300ER
  • Malaga (AGP)
    • Outbound: QR156
    • Inbound: QR155
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-200LR
  • Milan (MXP)
    • Outbound: QR118, QR124
    • Inbound:QR117, QR123
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Munich (MUC)
    • Outbound: QR58, QR60
    • Inbound: QR57, QR59
    • Aircraft: Boeing 777-300ER
  • Paris (CDG)
    • Outbound: QR38
    • Inbound: QR37
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Stockholm (ARN)
    • Outbound: QR172
    • Inbound: QR171
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Zurich (ZRH)
    • Outbound: QR94, QR96
    • Inbound: QR93, QR95
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900

Middle East

  • Beiruit (BEY)
    • Outbound: QR421
    • Inbound: QR420
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900
  • Kuwait (KWI)
    • Outbound: QR1075
    • Inbound: QR1076
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-1000
  • Muscat (MCT)
    • Outbound: QR1125
    • Inbound: QR1126
    • Aircraft: Airbus A350-900

Verifying Your Flight Has Qsuites

If your flight number is listed above, your flight should have Qsuites. However, that doesn’t mean it’s a guarantee. Don’t worry though. There are a couple ways to verify that your flight has Qsuites on it.

The first and easiest method is to check Qatar Airways’ website. The airline has done a great job of highlighting which flights feature their top product. While booking a flight, flights with Qsuites will be identified by a “Q” label.

Look for the “Q” label to see which flights have Qsuites.

Once you click on the flight with Qsuites, you’ll see another window. On the lefthand side, you’ll see additional information confirming you’re on a Qsuites flight.

If you’re booking through another site, you can also check out the seat map on ExpertFlyer. If you decide to use ExpertFlyer, head on over to the “Seat Maps” section of the site. Enter in the route, airline, flight number, and class. If your flight has Qsuites, the map should look similar to this:

Be sure to check back periodically for updates to this list and let us know if we left anything off in the comments.

Author: Stephen Hoechst

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7 Comments

  1. Philly to Doha also has Qsuites

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    • Or at least it will for a flight I’ve got booked then…maybe it’s not right now

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      • Updated the article to include Philly. Thanks.

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  2. Which air mile program is it bookable through and how many miles?

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    • Your best bet is to book with American AAdvantage. One-way flights from the US to the Middle East will run you 70K miles with them. If you’re looking for an airline that transfers from the major credit cards, British Airways Avios or Cathay’s Asia Miles are your next best options.

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      • El otro día busqué en seat guru el QR870 DOH/PVG
        Y decía que no son Qsuites.
        Estará mal en seat guru?

        Saludos

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        • Sonny, siempre me remito al sitio web de la aerolínea o al ExpertFlyer. Ambos muestran esa ruta con Qsuites. Es posible que haya un cambio de equipo de última hora, pero es mucho más probable que SeatGuru tenga el mapa de asientos incorrecto.

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