The A380, which is the largest commercial airliner in the world, will replace the A330 aircraft that currently operates the second London-to-Doha route.
The double-decker airbus will have 517 sets, an increase from 259 in the A330, it also has double the number of business-class seats of the A330, with 48 and eight first class seats.
First-class passengers on the airbus get a 90-inch seat pitch, 180 degree flat-beds and 26-inch LCD TV screens, while business-class passengers experience 52-inch seat pitch, with 80-inch, 180 degree flat-beds and 17-inch touchscreen monitors. The economy class is also enhanced with 10.6-inch entertainment screens and seats with a seven-inch recline.
The flight will continue to depart Heathrow at 9:30pm and arrive in Doha 6:10am the following morning, with the return flight departing Doha at 12.35pm and arriving at London Heathrow at 5.55pm the same day.
Qatar Airways runs six flights a day between London and Doha and will launch its daily direct services from Doha to Edinburgh in May.
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