Dubai-based airline Emirates starts the year right with a global fare promotion for flights to Milan, New York, London, and Madrid, among others.
From today until Jan. 17, jet-setters in the Philippines can look forward to great deals to key destinations in Emirates’ global network with special Business Class and Economy Class fares that starts at less than US$900
The airline offers Business Class fares to Dubai at US$2,179, to Milan at US$2,459, to Johannesburg at US$3,449, and to New York at US$3,629.
Passengers traveling on the Boeing 777 Business Class from Manila, Clark, and Cebu can enjoy unprecedented levels of comfort with wider and more ergonomic seats that recline into a lie-flat position.
As the perfect living space, the A380 Business Class, meanwhile, offers travelers their own personal minibar with the A380 Onboard Lounge.
Emirates’ Economy Class fares to London start at US$849, to Venice at US$869, to Stockholm at US$889, and to Madrid at US$909.
Economy Class travelers can also experience the comforts of flying with Emirates. Amenity kits ensure that passengers arrive feeling refreshed, and environmentally friendly soft fleece blankets make passengers feel cozy.
All flights in the promo are for travel between Jan. 21 and Dec. 31. Blackout periods and other terms and conditions apply.
Emirates Skywards members can also earn double miles during this promotion. Customers can join Emirates Skywards, the airline’s award-winning frequent flyer program, which allows customers to enhance their travel experience and be rewarded every time they travel.
Go to www.emirates.com for more information.
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