Qatar Airways continue to expand on the London-Doha route, and have just introduced a sixth daily service with an all-business class A319 jet. I was lucky enough to travel on it, and have made a video review of this innovative service: Click here to play Qatar Business One Jet Review Qatar Airways use Heathrow’s Terminal 4, which has been recently refurbished. They have one of the very best lounges in the airport, and manage to even beat BA’s Concorde Room. There’s a great dining room for pre-fight dining as well as a bar & deli for lighter snacks. A maximum of 40 people can fly on this A319 jet, which is equipped with lie-flat seats. Qatar’s traditional ‘dine on demand’ service is in place, so there’s no issue if you want to go straight to sleep and eat closer to Doha. The quality of the food & preparation knocks the competition for six – each food component is cooked separately, rather than taking the approach of a ready meal where everything gets cooked together for 45 minutes. The crew lay and set everyone’s table – as opposed to serving everything on a tray like British Airways. The seat goes fully flat without you having to stand up, although there’s an optional mattress that the crew can put on if you wish to hide any bumps. There’s a good amenity kit (with great eye shades) and pyjamas handed out to all. Unfortunately, Qatar have put 3 buttons on the shell of the seat for you to operate when in bed mode – and they’ve installed bright lights in each button which shine at you all night. The other major shortcoming is that half the seats don’t have direct access to the aisle – which makes getting out troublesome, especially when in bed mode. Even if you pick the aisle seat, you will be disturbed when your neighbour moves. Overall, Qatar Airways’ excellent service shines on this service, and the bed is a big improvement over the slopey planes they operate. However, you are much better off picking from the other services Qatar operates – the beds on the A380 and 787s have direct aisle access and more privacy. The 787 has only 22 business seats and feels more quiet & private, even if the overall plane is much larger.