The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 takes place at the end of this year and is expected to attract more than 1.2 million fans to the Arabian desert, however due to the lack of accommodation in Doha, the majority of international fans will be staying in the UAE and flying into Doha for the matches.
The tournament runs from Monday 21st November to Sunday 18th December and promises to be the most formidable match yet!
It is the first World Cup to be staged in the Arab World and the first to be held outside of the traditional May to July window. Qatar is also the smallest country ever to host the finals, which creates new opportunities but also new challenges.
Mirai Flights will be offering a hassle-free programme for all sports fans looking to attend the match in luxury.
By flying private to the Qatar World Cup 2022 you will have the comfort of skipping crowded airport terminals, with added safety and security, and the option of having your own bespoke catering onboard the flight.
The Mirai package priced at €58,000 for up to 10 passengers offers the fastest and most convenient match day private jet service between Dubai and Doha. It is available from 21 November to 18 December 2022 and includes:
The Mirai partner chauffeur service Rolzo, also offers preferential rates on luxury transport in Dubai and Doha, to ensure you enjoy a hassle-free travel experience.
The rate is subject to slot availability and may fluctuate depending on the time of confirmation.
One of the unique aspects of a World Cup in Qatar is that the stadiums are so close together, including five in or on the outskirts of Doha itself. The shortest distance to a stadium when travelling from the centre of Doha is 7km and the longest 46km – which makes it possible to fly into Doha from wherever you are based and arrive at a game quickly.
The stadiums hosting the 64 games in the 2022 World Cup are:
Mirai can also provide long-haul charters to and from the match in Doha, simply download our app in the App Store or Google Play and get an instant quote for the game.