Inter Milan land Qatar Airways deal

November 16 – Inter Milan has reached a deal with Qatar Airways that will see it become the club’s Official Global airline partner until the 2025/26 season.

The agreement will incorporate branding, hospitality, and marketing rights, including tailored travel solutions for all Inter fans In a bid to strengthen the brand’s European presence.

The new sponsorship was unveiled during Inter’s home match against Frosinone last weekend with a huge San Siro takeover, where the historic stadium was lit up in the colours of the airline.

“We’re so proud to welcome Qatar Airways to our family as a global partner,” said Alessandro Antonello, FC Internazionale Milano CEO Corporate.

“This agreement confirms the ever-growing appeal of our brand, which is now linked to one of the leading airlines in the world that shares our unwavering commitment to forge connections between places and people the world over. Thanks to this partnership, Qatar Airways will be granted access to our main touchpoints: our fanbase, which is made up of over 400 million supporters all over the globe, our illustrious history, our values and our unwavering connection with the city of Milan will support our new partner with its business development.”

Qatar Airways is in prime position to take over from Paramount Plus as the club’s front-of-shirt sponsor next season, with the current deal set to expire in June.

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer, Engr. Badr Al Meer, said: “Qatar Airways’ relationship with Milano goes back to 2002 when we announced Milano as our first service city in Italy from Doha. Partnering with football sensation, Inter, brings our relationship with this city full circle. Italy is one of Qatar Airways’ most valued markets and this partnership will only help strengthen our relationship with not only Milan, but all markets across Europe and Asia where Inter has a huge following. We look forward to working with Inter to chart a new era of success, both on and off the pitch.”

Inter Milan continues its title push away against Juventus upon the players’ return from the international break on the November 26. The two Italian giants sit comfortably top of the league table on 31 points and 29 points respectively, with AC Milan 6 points adrift of the top two.

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