Doha Qatar airport hosts exciting events this summer

Doha qatar airportHamad International Airport (HIA), Doha Qatar in collaboration with Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC), Qatar Airways and Duty Free, is celebrating the biggest ‘Summer in Qatar’ programme yet with an array of summer activities and experiences across the terminal.

Regardless of whether travelers are moving, arriving or withdrawing in HIA Doha Qatar, the state-of-the-art airport offers a passage to encounter Qatar’s rich hospitality and culture throughout the summer season.

 

HIA is set to have a scope of energizing exercises and diversion for travelers making a trip through the airport to experience, that promote the country’s ‘Summer in Qatar’ offerings, which include cultural excursions to world-class entertainment, positioning Qatar as a year-round global tourist destination. In excess of 7 million travelers are forecasted to travel through Qatar’s hub during the summer peak period (July and August 2019). The second quarter of 2019 has been the busiest Q2 period for the airplane terminal yet, which is a demonstration of its development.

 

Remarking on the merriments at the airport, Engineer Badr Mohammed Al Meer, head working official at Hamad International Airport expressed: “We are satisfied to team up with QNTC, Qatar Airways and Qatar Duty Free to offer our travelers a various choice of summer exercises over the airport. HIA is the portal to Qatar and it is significant that we allow travelers to experience Qatar’s extending excitement and culture.” Al Meer further expressed: “The plenty of ‘Summer in Qatar’ exercises at HIA is deliberately situated over the terminal to guarantee all explorers get the opportunity to appreciate and take an interest in the exercises offered at the airport. Travelers moving for over five hours have the chance to visit Qatar and experience a greater amount of its ‘Mid year in Qatar’ celebrations through our stopover program. In particular, we trust it gives everybody moving through HIA a sample of Qatar’s unparalleled hospitality and authentic experiences.”

 

A wide scope of exercises is situated in the Heritage Zone in Concourse B for travelers to encounter and become familiar with the Qatari culture and hospitality. In a conventional tent setting, exercises will incorporate calligraphy composing and henna tattoos. Travelers will likewise get the opportunity to see social handicraftsmen at work like petition dot makers, bushel weavers, and pearl gems creators. To add to the social experience, sublime live exhibitions will likewise occur, for example, the Horse Dances, a customary move performed in a steed formed box improved with shaded material, dots and gold adornments just as Funoon Bahria, Jalsat Tarab and Oud playing. The ‘Summer in Qatar’ activities located in Concourse C will include a dedicated ‘Kids Zone’ to cater to families and provide them with entertainment whilst travelling through the airport. A variety of activities will be offered for children of all ages such as kids’ yoga, kite and paper plane making, as well as a giant painting wall for kids to showcase their creativity.

This initiative marks HIA’s commitment and contribution to Qatar’s National Vision 2030 by promoting Qatar as a destination of choice.