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Five-year-old girl WILL get to go with her family to see Wales play in Qatar thanks to MailOnline 


A family whose dream of flying to Qatar was shattered over their five year-old daughter’s visa foul up are today celebrating a famous World Cup victory – thanks to MailOnline.

Rhian and Andy Hayes are finally heading to the Gulf State with daughter Orla and son Harrison, eight, after they were contacted by Qatar Airways who offered to take them on the ‘next available flight’ to Doha.

The family had saved up for three years for the £7,000 once-in-a-lifetime trip and had tickets for four matches.

But their World Cup dreams appeared to be in tatters when they were turned away at the Qatar Airways check-in desk at Heathrow Airport on Wednesday morning.

A failure in Qatar’s fan ID system called Hayya meant Orla’s visa application was not officially approved until 12 hours after their flight took off and the family was forced to return home to Newport, South Wales.

After MailOnline revealed the family had been left ‘absolutely gutted’ by the failure of the system, high-ranking officials…



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