It's pretty cool that Qatar Airways is teaming up with Diptyque for its new kits.

Qatar Airways’ new Diptyque amenity kits

It is common for airlines to collaborate with luxury brands for amenity kits, since they can offer something nice to their premium passengers, while luxury brands can get samples of their products out in front of people.

Airlines often switch the products in their kits because they are trying to elevate the experience, or because the contract with a particular company only lasts for so long. Qatar Airways is partnering with a French brand.

Premium passengers will receive gift boxes on flights to Doha. The new range of amenities includes gift boxes with Diptyque's signature branding and branded bags for male and female passengers.

You can expect these to include some products.

  • Nourishing lip balm, enriched with roses and violets
  • Fresh lotion for the body, infused with the scent of orange blossoms
  • Essential face cream, with prickly pear extract
  • Diptyque fragrance, including ‘Eau Rose’ Eau de Toilette (an infusion of damascena and centifolia roses), and ‘34 Boulevard Saint Germain’ Eau de Toilette (with notes of amber, patchouli, cinnamon and rose)
Qatar Airways Diptyque amenity kits

The only airline in the world with Diptyque kits is Qatar Airways. The airline has offered products from Diptyque before. The airline introduced a hand wash in premium cabins.

Qatar Airways already has Diptyque toiletries

The current standard business class amenity kits are from BRIC and feature products from Castello Monte VIbiano Vecchio. I think this is an upgrade.

Qatar Airways business class amenity kit

Which Qatar Airways routes have Diptyque amenity kits?

The new kits will be offered from the following destinations.

  • The Americas
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • London & Paris flights operated by A380s
Qatar Airways A380 flights get the new amenity kits

Bottom line

There isn't an airline in the world that is as committed to the little details of the premium traveler experience as Qatar Airways. The airline does a great job with this kind of stuff, from an amazing selection of coffee and alcohol, to reasonably priced high-speed wi-fi, pajamas, or amenity kits.

It's nice to see a brand like Diptyque rolling out kits for airlines.

What do you think about the new kits?