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Emirates Airlines: New Fares for Private Travel

Published: Tue 17 Nov 2009 11:15 AM
News Release, 17 November 2009
Emirates is making it easier to experience private-jet style travel with special transTasman fares from Auckland from $1,196 one way for its first class suites on sale till November 30.
The award-winning airline also has attractive business class fares to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, with travel in both classes until June 27 except for the Christmas week between December 18 and 25.
In the case of Sydney, first-class passengers not only can experience the individual private suites but also the onboard showers unique to the Emirates A380 superjumbo.
The fares from Auckland, fully inclusive of all taxes and levies, are:
Business class – Sydney one way $760 (return $1,464); Melbourne one way $746 (return $1,442); Brisbane one way $763 (return $1,471).
First class – Sydney one way $1,210 (return $2,164); Melbourne one way $1,196 (return $2,142); Brisbane one way $1,213 (return $2,171).
Complimentary chauffeur service is included in the fares to and from airports. Maximum stay and various other conditions apply. Fares are subject to seat availability at the time of booking.
ENDS

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