Qatar Airways has set a new record for the world’s first vaccinated flight against COVID-19. According to the latest news, flight QR 6421, which was carrying all vaccinated passengers and crew, took off from Hamad International Airport. While on board, the crew demonstrated the highest standards of safety and hygiene, including the world’s first Zero Touch entertainment aircraft technology.
Qatar Airways reportedly made a special flight using a state-of-the-art aircraft, the Airbus A350-1000, which is also part of the Carbon Offset environmental sustainability program.
Speaking about the special flight, the CEO of Qatar Airways Group said that the special flight demonstrates the next stage of the resumption of international travel nearby. He added that they are proud to continue to manage the industry, performing the first flight with a fully vaccinated crew and passengers, and providing a beacon of hope for the future of international aviation.
He said: “… As the spread of the vaccine begins to gain momentum worldwide, Qatar Airways remains committed to ensuring that airline passengers and travel partners can rely on them to operate one of the largest global networks to provide the communication needed to ‘Reuniting family and friends and supporting global trade’ ‘.
It is also the first airline in the Middle East to launch testing of the innovative new mobile application IATA Travel Pass Digital Passport. It was also the first airline in the world to achieve the prestigious 5-star safety rating of COVID-19 by an international airline rating organization.