Qatar Airways has launched limited edition amenity kits and ‘Think Pink’ onboard menu to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Throughout October, passengers travelling on long-haul and ultra-long-haul flights in business class will get luxury amenity bags designed in-house and created by Italian luggage brand BRIC’S.

The exclusive amenity kits are made from vegan leather and are available in male and female options. Each kit contains products from Italy’s Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio company. The skin care range comprises lip balm, hydrating facial mist, anti-ageing moisturiser, as well as pink socks and eyeshades.

Both kits feature a unique zipper pull in the shape of the iconic breast cancer ribbon and is further customised with a message imprinted on a band that reads: ‘Think pink and support the fight’.

Economy class passengers travelling on overnight long-haul and ultra-long-haul flights are also offered limited edition breast cancer awareness amenity kits. It features the pink ribbon and products such as eyeshades, socks, earplugs, lip balm, toothbrush and toothpaste.

On flights departing from Doha, passengers travelling in business class will get to indulge in pink-themed treats onboard such as pink guava and grape lemonade and assorted desserts with pink ribbon.

On all ultra-long-haul flights departing from Doha, passengers will be served a special pink afternoon tea menu featuring raspberry macaroons and opera cake.

In the economy cabin, passengers will get to savour pink raspberry or strawberry mousse desserts.

Qatar Airways’ Al Mourjan Business Lounge will feature pink flower arrangements and serve pink mocktails, sweet treats and the ‘Think Pink’ afternoon tea menu with selection of finger sandwiches, scones and pastries.

Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways group chief executive said:

“Qatar Airways is a very strong supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and we are pleased to offer these unique luxury amenity kits to our passengers. As an airline, we are inspired by the tremendous global effort that has gone into fighting this disease. We hope our message of breast cancer awareness reaches as many people as possible.”