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Qatar Airways Qsuite Routes with Flight Numbers

Ultimate Guide for Qatar Airways Qsuite, all routes with the corresponding flight numbers, registration numbers, when airplanes will be retrofitted and more.

Qatar Airways Qsuite Routes

In our list below, you will be able to see how often a route is operated by an aircraft that is equipped with a Qsuite cabin.

We try to update the list as fast as possible when changes occur. If you see that a flight is missing, we highly appreciate your feedback. (last update 02JAN24)

Warning, the following information is not binding in any way. Qatar Airways can change flight equipment at any given time without further notice, for example if an aircraft is out of service or for any other reason. As you booked a business class flight, you will of course be in business class, but without QSUITES.

According to an old Twitter message from Qatar Airways, you may in that case rebook your flight or get a refund.

“If the change to non-Qsuite is verified, you are entitled to

1) one-time free change (+/- 21 days of the original date; new origin or destination within the same country or 500-mile radius from the original origin or destination);

and 2) refund without the cancellation fee

On our blog, we publish every day new business class deals from North America and from Europe, and from time to time those with Qatar Airways Qsuites, when good deals appear.


1. Qatar Airways Qsuite routes with flight number

Some destinations listed below are not operated every day by planes with a QSUITE cabin.

By clicking on the flight number you will be redirected to where you can see the last flights for the last 7 days with registration number, for that corresponding flight.

You may then compare those registration numbers with our Qsuite by registration number list, to see how often that route is operated by an airplane with a Qsuite and Qsuite 2.0 cabin.


These flights are always to/from Doha, as with exception to only a few, all Qatar Airways flights are flown via Doha.


  • Cairo (CAI)

on most flights

  • Cape Town (CPT)

1 one of 2 daily flights.

  • Lagos (LOS)

QR1405, QR1406, QR1407, QR1408

  • Nairobi (NBO)

QR1335, QR1336, QR1341, QR1342

  • Johannesburg (JNB)

QR1363, QR1364, QR1377 and QR1378



  • Bangkok (BKK)

1-2 flights a day, check seat map, flight numbers with qsuites change quite often

  • Bangalore (BLR)

QR572 and QR573

  • Beijing (PKX)

QR892 and QR893

  • Denpasar (DPS)

QR960, QR961, QR962, QR963

  • Jakarta (CGK)

1 of 2 daily fights, check seat map.

  • Hanoi (HAN)

1 of 2 daily fights, check seat map.

  • Manila (MNL)

1 of 2 daily fights, check seat map.

  • Mumbai (BOM)

QR556 and QR557

  • Osaka (KIX)

QR802 and QR803

  • Shanghai (PVG)

QR870 and QR557 (until MAR24)

  • Seoul (ICN)

QR858 and QR859

  • Singapore (SIN) 

QR842, QR843, QR844, QR845, QR847 (not always), QR848

  • Teheran (IKA) 

QR490, QR491, but not regularly

  • Tokyo (NRT) 

QR806, QR807



  • Amsterdam (AMS)

QR274 and QR275

  • Berlin (BER)

QR79, QR80, QR81 and QR82,

  • Frankfurt (FRA)

QR67, QR68, QR69, QR70, QR71 and QR72

  • London (LHR)

many times a day, check the seat map as flight numbers change very often

  • Manchester (MAN)

QR21, QR22, QR27 and QR28

  • Madrid (MAD)

QR149 and QR150 (until MAR24)

  • Milan (MXP)

QR117, QR118, QR123 and QR124

  • Munich (MUC)

QR57, QR58, QR59 and QR60

  • Oslo (OSL)

QR175, QR176

  • Paris (CDG)

QR41, QR42 and other flights, many times a day, check the seat map as flight numbers change very often

  • Zurich (ZRH)

QR93, QR94, QR95 and QR96 check seat map, not all flights featuring QSuites each day.



  • Atlanta (ATL)

QR755 and QR756

  • Boston (BOS)

QR743 and QR744

  • Chicago (ORD)

QR723, QR724, QR725 and QR726

  • Dallas (DFW)

QR729, QR730, QR731 and QR732

  • Houston (IAH)

QR713 and QR714

  • Los Angeles (LAX)

QR739, QR740, QR741 and QR742

  • Miami (MIA)

QR777 , QR778 ,  QR781 and QR782 

  • Montreal (YUL)

QR763 and QR764

  • New York (JFK)

QR701, QR702, QR703, QR704, QR705, QR706

  • Philadelphia (PHL)

QR727 and QR728

  • San Francisco (SFO)

QR737 and QR738

  • Seattle (SEA)

QR719 and QR720

  • Washington (IAD)

QR707, QR708, QR709, QR710



  • Adelaide (ADL)

QR914 and QR915

  • Auckland (AKL)

QR920 and QR921

  • Brisbane (BNE)

QR898 and QR899

  • Melbourne (MEL)

QR904, QR905, QR988, QR989



  • Buenos Aires (EZE)

The flight to and from São Paulo continues to Buenos Aires on several occasions.

QR773 and QR774

  • São Paulo (GRU)

QR779, QR780



  • Dubai (DXB)

regularly, but with different flight numbers, check the seatmap.

  • Kuwait (KWI)

regularly, but with different flight numbers, check the seatmap.

  • Riyadh (RUH)

regularly, but with different flight numbers, check the seatmap.


2. How to check if a Qatar Airways flight offers the Qsuites?

All of Qatar Airways new Airbus A350-1000 and numerous A350-900s offer QSuites in Business Class. Many Boeing 777-300ER and 777-200LR of Qatar Airways are meanwhile also equipped with Qsuites.

The way you can check if an aircraft has the QSuite Business Class cabin is from the seat map. We use ExpertFlyer to check the seat maps, but SeatGuru works as well.

This is the seat map you need to look out for, in this example, from a 777-300er.

  • If the seat map is showing a 1-2-1 cabin layout, like this….

qsuite cabin

…then the flight will be operated with a QSuite cabin.

  • On the other hand, if the seat map is showing a 2-2-2 cabin layout like this….

seatmap: not a qsuite cabin

…then you’re looking at an older model Business Class cabin and NOT the QSuite cabin.

The A350-900 and 777-200LR Business Class cabins will also look very similar to the image above if they offer the QSuite product.


3. How many Qatar Airways planes are equipped with Qsuites?

  • Airbus A350-1000: 24 of 24
  • Airbus A350-900: 10 of 33
  • Boeing 777-200LR: 7 of 9
  • Boeing 777-300ER: 38 of 48
  • Boeing 787-9: 9 of 9

The Boeing 787-9 has a different Qsuite cabin, also called Qsuite 2.0 by some people.  The seats are arranged in a herringbone pattern, in a 1-2-1 configuration, and each suite has as well direct aisle access with a sliding door. The 2 seats in the middle can be transformed as a double bed.

Following routes are planned for the 787-9: Athens, Barcelona, Dammam, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Madrid and Milan

Models below will never receive a Qsuite cabin:

  • Airbus A321/A320/A319
  • Airbus A330-200/300
  • Boeing 787-8
  • Airbus A340-600
  • Airbus A380-800


4. Overview of Qatar Airways planes with a Qsuite or Qsuite 2.0 cabin by registration number

You can now click on each registration number to see its last 20 destinations.

Airbus A350-1000

  1. A7-ANA
  2. A7-ANB
  3. A7-ANC
  4. A7-AND
  5. A7-ANE
  6. A7-ANF
  7. A7-ANG
  8. A7-ANH
  9. A7-ANI
  10. A7-ANJ
  11. A7-ANK
  12. A7-ANL
  13. A7-ANM
  14. A7-ANN
  15. A7-ANO
  16. A7-ANP
  17. A7-ANQ
  18. A7-ANR
  19. A7-ANS
  20. A7-ANT
  21. A7-AOA
  22. A7-AOAB
  23. A7-AOC
  24. A7-AOD

Airbus A350-900

  1. A7-ALY
  2. A7-ALZ
  3. A7-AME
  4. A7-AMF
  5. A7-AMG
  6. A7-AMH
  7. A7-AMI
  8. A7-AMJ
  9. A7-AMK
  10. A7-AML

Boeing 777-200LR

  1. A7-BBA
  2. A7-BBB
  3. A7-BBC
  4. A7-BBD
  5. A7-BBE
  6. A7-BBG
  7. A7-BBI

Boeing 777-300ER

  1. A7-BAC
  2. A7-BAE
  3. A7-BAF
  4. A7-BAG
  5. A7-BAI
  6. A7-BAM
  7. A7-BAO
  8. A7-BAT
  9. A7-BAU
  10. A7-BAV
  11. A7-BAW
  12. A7-BAX
  13. A7-BAY
  14. A7-BAZ
  15. A7-BEA
  16. A7-BEB
  17. A7-BEC
  18. A7-BED
  19. A7-BEE
  20. A7-BEF
  21. A7-BEG
  22. A7-BEH
  23. A7-BEI
  24. A7-BEJ
  25. A7-BEK
  26. A7-BEL
  27. A7-BEM
  28. A7-BEN
  29. A7-BEO
  30. A7-BEP
  31. A7-BEQ
  32. A7-BER
  33. A7-BES
  34. A7-BET
  35. A7-BEU
  36. A7-BEV
  37. A7-BEW
  38. A7-BEX

Boeing 787-9 (Qsuite 2.0)

  1. A7-BHA
  2. A7-BHB
  3. A7-BHC
  4. A7-BHD
  5. A7-BHE
  6. A7-BHF
  7. A7-BHG
  8. A7-BHH
  9. A7-BHI
  10. A7-BHJ
  11. A7-BHK
  12. A7-BHO
Image by Qatar Airways


5. Book Qsuite award space using miles

Qatar Airways is a Oneworld member, that gives you a few choices for using airline miles to book a flight with Qatar Airways and their Qsuite.

Below a few good examples on how you can fly with Qsuites and how many miles/avios you would need for a flight. Of course many other routes are available, we just like to show you a few examples where you don’t have to use 100,000s miles.

British Airways Avios:

British Airways award chart is distance-based, if a distance increases only by a few miles you will have to spend a lot more avios. Therefore, you need to know which airport to choose so that it still makes sense to buy a ticket with avios.

  • Munich to Doha 38,750 Avios (off season) + 282.91€ for a one-way flight, or 77,500 Avios (off season) + 520.40€ for a return flight.

American Airlines AAdvantage:

  • Doha to Europe: 42,500 miles for a one-way flight, or 85,000 miles for a return flight.
  • Doha to the US: 70,000 miles for a one-way flight, 140,000 miles for a return flight.
  • Doha to Australia: 80,000 miles for a one-way flight, 160,000 miles for a return flight.




Frequently Asked Question

How many Qatar Airways planes are equipped with Qsuites?

Currently, in total 91 airplanes are equipped with a QSUITE cabin.
24 of 24 Airbus A350-1000; 12 of 12 Boeing 787-9; 10 of 33 Airbus A350-900; 7 of 9 Boeing 777-200LR and 38 of 48 Boeing 777-300ER.

How many destinations are operated by Qatar Airways Qsuites?

Around 50 destinations in Europe, Asia, North America, South America and Oceania are operated by the airplanes with Qsuites installed.

Which loyality program to use best for Qsuite Award bookings?

American Airlines AAdvantage or British Airways Avios are the best loyalty programs to make Qsuite award bookings.



BA Club Suite routes can be found here below:

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  • John

    Chatted with someone regarding the QSuite flights to/from NRT, but all they could tell me was “We don’t have any accurate information about this but you can check every now and then.”

    Do you think if you book a ticket now for a non-QSuite flight in Oct/Nov, it can change to a QSuite flight later?

  • Gold

    QR934 consistently showing as Q. Scheduled for it 9 FEB. DOH-MNL
    QR933 has so far been Q every day for the past two weeks. Currently scheduled on 16 FEB in non-Qsuite but I believe I’ll likely be swapped. MNL seems to be mostly QSuite but occasionally not.

    • premiumflights

      If you look at the last 20 flights, it seems that Qatar used the Q suite planes only in 50% of the time on that route. In March it will be even less, starting April it seems that they will use the Q Suite regularly again.

  • Rick


    This is really useful info, thanks for keep this page with updated info. I’m looking into DOH-SIN (QR944) but it doesn’t look like on Qsuite.

    Do you know if QR944 is indeed in Qsuite?

    • premiumflights

      You’re right, it looks that starting February only one of the 3 flights DOH-SIN is operated by Qsuite. When looking at the seat map you should find the Qsuite plane.

  • Marco

    I was looking at QR806/7 to NRT, all the way until the end of 2023, and they are not showing QSuites (unlike, for example, ICN – in winter 2023). Isn’t that a bit strange, Tokyo used to be a regular QSuite destination? What’s your take on whether that is likely to change?

    • premiumflights

      NRT was indeed a route that was flown regularly by Qsuites, that all changed with Covid and the travel restrictions imposed by Japan. I think that will change again when tourism is coming back to Japan.

    • premiumflights

      Usually when an aircraft is retrofitted, Qatar Airways itself does a press release, or someone on the internet writes about it, we collect all that data.

      For the routes, we check with every single aircraft (here an example for an A350 with Qsuite where they flew, and then we check seatmaps for the next flights to see if those routes are operated by Qsuites in the future as well.

      Only Qatar Airways can answer you the question when the 773 fleet will be done retrofitting.

    • Marc Springer

      Tokyo seems to be a full QSuite route again since April. booking shows Qsuite daily and the flights in April so far are all A350-1000. great news!

  • Rajeev

    Would you know if QR 737 in Q suites would offer PJ and slippers, though it is a utra long haul day flight? And is a Business Class R class fare eligible for the Al Mourjan Lounge in Doha – had confusing and inconsistent responses from the call center.

  • T

    Booked March 2023 ATL to DBX on Qsuites and paid additional fee to reserve quad (family of four traveling). Received flight change email in November with no details. Logged on and Saw change to 2-2-2 configuration. Very frustrated- spoke with 5 different reps and emailed. Only option provided was to rebook out of ATL , but none of the days had Qsuites. No other solution provided. Any advice? Reviews seems to point to 2-2-2 being a downgraded experience.

    • premiumflights

      2-2-2 is for sure a downgrade. You could ask to rebook from ORD instead of ATL, in that case you would have Qsuites. But you need to buy, most probably, a ticket at your own expense from ATL to ORD.

      • T

        I asked to be rebooked out of IAH because that seemed to have the most likely Qsuite. Willing to pay to get the IAH or ORD, however, the call center was very unhelpful after speaking with multiple people on different calls told could only rebook out of ATL. Told to email response from them was to call call center. Any suggestions on how to get support as a rebook from a nearby city seems like a reasonable ask.

        • premiumflights

          You could try to ask Qatar Airways for support via Twitter (direct message). We had a few good experiences with airlines with rebooking via their twitter teams.

  • Richard Harris

    I am trying to find out if my flight from Seychelles to Doha in February 2023 will have qsuite. I’m getting different answers from various sources. Some are saying that it will be a 777-200lr and therefore will have qsuites but others are saying it has the old business class seats.
    I would be grateful if someone could point me in the right direction to get the correct answer
    kind regards

    • premiumflights

      Unfortunately, this route is not operated by Qsuites. And for February it looks the same, still the old seat map, no Qsuites.

  • Arjun Vaitla

    Hi, premium flights team! I have been tracking QR755 to Atlanta, and it seems they are doing qsuites, not every day. Thanks

    • premiumflights

      Thx, a few months ago they flew quite regularly with qsuites on that route, then they stopped. Good to hear that they restarted again. We will look into it and update the list in a few days.

  • Maureen

    Hello! I just booked a one way from KUL to TYS on April 17 2023. As of booking, KUL to DOH flight number QR849 is showing as their regular Business (aka not QSuite). DOH to DFW flight number QR731 is showing as QSuites. Of course all subject to change since the flights are still a long ways off. Because I booked through American, I’m not able to view the seat maps on American OR Qatar’s websites and will have to call to get my seat assignments. I did notice when messing around on Qatar’s website, even just doing a dummy booking, they show what kind of business seat each flight is currently expected to have. Just wanted to leave that info here in case it’s useful to anyone. Thanks for building such an awesome page for all of us trying to flying the QSuites!

  • Amanda

    Hello, I have booked a reward flight from Doha to Melbourne QR904 end of September 22 and when I selected my seat it was showing a Qsuite but now it seems the aircraft type has changed to 777-300ER. Will this still be a Qsuite? Then when I check my seat selection it still shows my original seat selection number but then says I cannot select my seat and this has to be done at check in? Am I correct in thinking this means there has been an aircraft change ( I think it was originally the A350) and what does this now mean for my seat allocation? Do i need a new e-ticket issued?
    Thank you for any clarification you can provide.

    • premiumflights

      Hi, you don’t need a new e-ticket issued.
      If it is a 777-300ER the chance is pretty high that you will still have Q-Suites, but no guarantee.
      37 of 48 777-300ER are Qsuite equipped.

  • TeddyKGB

    Hello Premium Flights team,
    I am planning to fly QR806 and QR807 from Tokyo (NRT)- DOH. On your list, it says that it will run QSuites again in June 2022. Is it intermittent or on a more consistent basis? Looking at the flight history on planefinder, they are still running their old models. Thanks.

    • premiumflights

      Hi, you’re right, they are still running the old models on that route. The moment we wrote June, it was planned for June. But it looks that they have changed that date now to November. I guess that they hoped that Japan would open earlier again for tourists, until then they will most probably not use the Qsuites. Japan is now open, but rules are so strict that I doubt that many tourist will fly to Japan.

  • Valentin

    Does Qatar operate QSuite between Doha – Manila? Does QR932, QR928, QR934 have QSuite? Planning to fly in November FRA – DOH – Manila.

      • Simon

        Any idea why QR932 has no QSuites, despite the code A7 BEC, BAP and BAX being mentioned in this article having QSuites?

        • premiumflights

          Well, the route to Manila is operated by Qsuites from time to time, but not every day. We can add it to the list, but then people are complaining that their flight didn’t have the Qsuites as mentioned in the article ;).
          However, we will add it to the list now, and we will add “not every day”.

          Btw, A7-BAP is not in the list, and as far as we know still has no Qsuite.

    • Stuart

      Hi Valentin, I booked the family on QR932 in July. When I booked this I was very excited to see that Qatar had allocated an A350-1000 to this route (which was obviously 100% QSuite) but have since found out that it’ll be a B777-300ER :-(… I’m eagerly checking the equipment use on this route in the hope that my chances improve again!

  • Michele

    This is FANTASTIC accounting of the QSuites and very helpful. I have on hold a one way from IAD to DOH for Sept. 70k miles (buying at 15% off on American Airlines rewards since I have no Avios). It’s on a 350-1000 so even though it ends up being $2200, it’s MUCH cheaper than the over $9,000 paying cash!

  • Guy Harvey

    I see they have removed the Qsuite from the Atlanta Route. I have no idea why on a 15 hour flight! Madness!!!

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The CAN-SPAM Act is a law that sets the rules for commercial email, establishes requirements for commercial messages, gives recipients the right to have emails stopped from being sent to them, and spells out tough penalties for violations.
We collect your email address in order to:
Send information, respond to inquiries, and/or other requests or questions
To be in accordance with CANSPAM, we agree to the following:
Not use false or misleading subjects or email addresses.
Identify the message as an advertisement in some reasonable way.
Include the physical address of our business or site headquarters.
Monitor third-party email marketing services for compliance, if one is used.
Honor opt-out/unsubscribe requests quickly.
Allow users to unsubscribe by using the link at the bottom of each email.
If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future emails, you can email us at
Follow the instructions at the bottom of each email.
and we will promptly remove you from ALL correspondence.
Contacting Us
If there are any questions regarding this privacy policy, you may contact us using the information below.
Last Edited on 2018-05-06
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