Fly by Private Jet To Qatar With Sky Luxe Aviation

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The FIFA World Cup enthrals an estimated 3.5 billion spectators worldwide every four years. Qatar, a country of 2.8 million people, is estimated to receive almost a million visitors for the event in November. As Qatar gets ready to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022, we look forward to making your travel experience to Doha smooth and comfortable. Fly by Private Jet for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar with Sky Luxe Aviation.

The event will run from Sunday, November 20, to Saturday, December 17, and promises to be unique from all others. This year’s FIFA World Cup will be the first to be hosted in the Arab World and outside of the customary May to July window.

The airfares from the UAE to Qatar have skyrocketed ahead of the mega event due to the strong demand as economy class fares jumped by nearly 1,900 per cent. One-way economy class airfare, which starts from as low as Dh360 on May 25, climbed to Dh7,110 on November 20, a day ahead of the start of the mega event, according to the travel agents.

Due to this the demand for private jets to Doha is surging as well ahead of Fifa World Cup. In order to cater to the rising demand, Sky Luxury Aviation is offering special charter flights from Dubai to Doha for soccer supporters to get to Doha hassle-free and support their teams. The round-trip charter flights to the world’s largest sporting event will provide a once-in-a-lifetime chance to watch their favourite team in action.

Sky Luxe Aviation is offering a variety of jets, ranging from light and affordable four-seater jets like the Cessna Citation Mustang, the light jet-powered Pilatus PC-12 to the midsize jet-powered Bombardier Challenger 604, the nine-seater Bombardier Challenger 604, a  10-seater Falcon 2000 as well as a large-size cabin aircraft. 

Individuals, families, groups of friends and corporate entities wishing to entertain their VVIP clients and partners and arrive in Doha for the matches in style can all travel on the unique charter flights with Sky Luxe Aviation.

Avoid crowded airport terminals, enjoy increased safety and security, and have the option of eating healthy meals on the aircraft by chartering a trip to the Qatar World Cup in 2022. Whether you’re a tour operator or a group of fans wishing to charter a flight, it can be an affordable and practical method to travel when it’s convenient for you, free from the constraints of a scheduled flight. 

World Cup Dates

Football fans will witness the top teams in the world competing to be crowned champions under the winter sun for the first time in FIFA World Cup history as the event will take place from November 20 through December 17, 2022.

Doha, Qatar

Overlooking the warm turquoise waters of the Arabian Gulf, Qatar is renowned for its pristine sandy beaches, towering skyline and extensive art collections. Fans will discover a country of contrasts – dynamic and breathtaking adventures juxtaposed by tradition and culture. From experiencing Qatar’s vast desert landscapes and giant sand dunes on thrilling desert adventures to exploring the vibrant Souq Waqif with its array of shops and eclectic mix of restaurants, fans will discover how much Qatar has to offer.

The eight stadiums that will host the matches are in and around Doha, with the farthest located 60km away from the city centre.


To cheer their favourite teams and take part in this amazing experience, millions of fans are travelling to Qatar via private jet.  With so many visitors coming to Qatar from around the world, finding accommodations is getting more and more difficult.

Dubai aims to address this issue by launching NH Dubai The Palm, the city’s first hotel with a football-themed interior in time for the FIFA World Cup. This hotel has 533 rooms, stunning views, an infinity pool on the roof, access to the beach, and a host of opulent facilities.

List of Countries That Will Compete in FIFA World Cup 2022

8 Stadiums in Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022

Below is our handy guide to the stadiums to help you plan your programme.

Teams: 32 / Playing venues: 8 / Matches: 65
Average venue capacity: 47,500 seats
Largest venue: Lusail Stadium (80,000 seats)
Smallest venue: multiple venues (40,000 seats)
Average no. of matches per venue: 8.1

  1. Lusail Stadium, Lusail – home to the Final

Capacity: 80,000

Distance from airport (Doha) to stadium: 20.4KM

lusail stadium

With all eyes on this flagship stadium, it will play home to 5 Group Matches, 1 Round of 16, a Quarter and a Semi-Final match in the lead-up to the Grand Final on 18th December 2022. Embodying Arab culture, the stadium is inspired by the fanar lantern, with its shape and façade recreating the decorative motifs on bowls and other art pieces synonymous with the Arab and Islamic world.

The City

A newly developed region on the northern edge of Doha on the Persian Gulf coast, Lusail city is a pioneer in sustainability. With plentiful green spaces, the city will be home to 200,000 people with a focus on living in harmony with the local environment.

  1. Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor – home to the opening match

Capacity: 60,000

Distance from the airport (Doha) to stadium: 53.4KM

al bayt stadium

Built-in the shape of a traditional Bedouin tent, the Al Bayt stadium fuses modern design with ancient tradition. There will be 5 Group Matches, 1 round 16, 1 Quarter Final and 1 Semi Final played here. The stadium can be accessed by car or taxi and the Metro. The stadium uses green building materials and the latest technology to preserve energy and water.

The City

The nearby town of Al Khor is ideal for nature lovers with pearl diving and fishing both readily available along with kayaking tours around the Al Thakira mangroves.

  1. Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from the airport (Doha) to stadium: 11.5KM

Al Janoub stadium

The Al Janoub stadium opened in 2019 playing host to the Amir cup final. Inspired by the dhow boats traditionally used for pearl diving and fishing synonymous with the Al Wakrah region, the Al Janoub stadium will host 5 Group Matches and 1 Round of 16 during the World Cup.

The City

Al Wakrah, one of Qatar’s oldest continuously inhabited areas, is a great place to visit during the World Cup. Stunning architecture and beautiful parkland make this city a visual feast. Get lost in souq or discover the area’s rich history at a museum or take in the beauty with a stroll along the waterfront.

  1. Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from airport to stadium: 35KM

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Opening for the first time in December 2020, the Ahmad Bin Ali stadium is located at the gateway to desert. With symbols of Qatari culture incorporated into its façade and with sand dune-shaped sculptures surrounding the stadium, the stadium represents the rich culture of Qatar. Home to the hugely popular football team, Al Rayyan Sports Club, the stadium will host 5 Group Matches a 1 Round of 16 during the World Cup.

The City

One of Qatar’s most historic cities, Al Rayyan is the gateway to stunning desert landscapes. The city itself is steeped in history with fortresses, museums and historical landmarks just waiting to be explored. Head out to the city borders and you’ll find the Musfur Sinkhole, one of Qatar’s deepest caves.

  1. Khalifa International Stadium, Doha

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from airport to stadium: 22.8KM

Khalifa International Stadium

Built-in 1976, the Khalifa International Stadium has already paid host to the Asian Games, the Arabian Gulf Cup and the AFC Asian Cup. Located at the centre of all the 2022 venues, this impressive stadium will play host to 5 Group Matches, 1 Round of 16 and third place play-off. In 2017 the stadium reopened following some changes including a new ultramodern shape and a canopy now protecting all seating areas with further climate control delivered by advanced colling technologies.

  1. Education City Stadium (Qatar Foundation Stadium), Doha

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from airport to stadium: 20.9KM

Education City Stadium (Qatar Foundation Stadium)

Surrounded by leading universities, Education City Stadium will play host to 5 Group Matches, 1 Round of 16 and 1 Quarter Final.

  1. Stadium 974, Doha

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from airport to stadium: 9KM

ras-abu-aboud-stadium Stadium 974, Doha

This modular stadium contains 974 shipping containers which is the international dialling code for Qatar and also links to the site’s industrial history, after the tournament the stadium will be entirely dismantled and repurposed – it is the first temporary venue in the history of the World Cup. Stadium 974 will play host to 5 Group Matches and 1 Round of 16 matches.

  1. Al Thumama Stadium, Doha

Capacity: 40,000

Distance from airport to stadium: 9KM

Al Thumama Stadium, Doha

The intricate design of the Al Thumama Stadium represents the gahfiya – a traditional woven cap worn by men and boys across the Middle East. The stadium will play host to 5 Group Matches, 1 Round of 16 and 1 Quarter Final.

The City

A multicultural city, Doha is the shining jewel of Qatar. Spend an afternoon wandering the souk and see what purchases you can make. For a more modern shopping experience, there are plenty of malls to choose from or for a more cultural experience take a trip to the futuristic Education City or the National Museum. The Corniche offers stunning views of the harbour along with beautiful architecture to admire.

Please contact us if you require any additional information about our group charter flights. We’ll provide you with an unrivalled service that can meet and exceed your 2022 World Cup travel requirements, thanks to our dedicated 24/7 support, approved operators, and expert advice.

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