PICS: Eurasia Airshow taking off with Qatar Airways taking the lead

The Eurasia Airshow took flight on Wednesday, 25 April and settles down on Sunday, 29 April at Antalya International Airport in Turkey. (Photo: Qatar Airways Twitter)
The Eurasia Airshow took flight on Wednesday, 25 April and settles down on Sunday, 29 April at Antalya International Airport in Turkey. (Photo: Qatar Airways Twitter)

Cape Town - The Eurasia Airshow took off on Wednesday and runs until 29 April - here's all you need to know about the show. Taking place at the Antalya International Airport in Turkey. 

The show hosts a range of airline companies as well as air shows which features planes and drones alike. Qatar Airlines was said to have stolen the limelight on day one when they showcased their latest aircraft: the Airbus A350-1000 as well as the Gulfstream G650ER. These two new additions form part of their Qatar Executive fleet. 

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, said, "We are delighted to have attended and participated in the newly-launched Eurasia Airshow in Antalya, Turkey. With more than 100 000 visitors from across the world, this successful airshow was the perfect platform to showcase both our latest aircraft, the A350-1000 and our premium G650ER."

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The Qatar team had welcomed visitors onto both of the planes to check out the interior and services of each.

They had enjoyed a record-breaking year in 2017, in which they claimed more than 50 individual awards across multiple categories. According to their press release, Qatar boasts its continued 'commitment to exceeding passenger expectations with its innovative approach to product development and dedication to customer experience.'

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Check out their latest planes below:

Airbus A350-1000:

Gulfstream G650ER:


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Check out some more pics and tweets of the event below:


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