You can now have your business meetings while soaring 35,000 feet above the ground. Qatar Airways’ QSuite business cabin features adjustable panels and movable TV monitors that allow for four seats to come together in a quad sitting arrangement, making it ideal for both meetings and a shared dining experience.

While the QSuite business cabin first made its debut on the Doha-London route in 2017 and the Doha-New York JFK route in October this year, it has recently been introduced to travellers on the airline’s Airbus 350-1000 flying between Doha and Singapore.

Apart from improvements to the seats, Qatar’s dine-on-demand service allows passengers to dine at a time of their choosing, swerving the unpleasantness of being woken up mid-slumber to eat. For passengers who opt to sleep in, an express breakfast option is offered so they can grab a quick bite before touchdown. Along with the debut of the quadruple seating arrangement, the airline now offers a selection of sharing dishes in snacking portions.

(Related: A look inside the newly launched private suites on Singapore Airlines)

The quadrant-seating configuration in Qatar Airways’ QSuite.
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The double bed configuration in Qatar Airways’ QSuite.
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A closer look at the QSuite double bed

Couples travelling in adjoining seats can now enjoy their own private space. Facilitated by adjustable panels, a shell can be formed around two business class seats, allowing for both comfort and privacy. Sleep comes easy with a comfortable mattress, fluffy pillows, and a plush duvet.


(Related: Lufthansa unveils new business class redesign)