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Emirates Now on Sale to Europe for Under $2000

Published: Mon 14 Sep 2015 09:32 AM
Emirates Now on Sale to Europe for Under $2000
Return economy travel for under $2000 to several destinations in Europe is now available on Emirates, with the release of the airline’s Earlybird fares.
The return fares on sale from now until November 9 include Oslo ($1,971), Barcelona ($1,991), Bologna ($1,988) and Amsterdam ($1,998) – all examples are rates for travel in the 2016 low season and inclusive of all taxes*.
Among the other cities on Emirates’ network of 38 destinations in Europe, early-bookers can also fly to Milan from $2,001 return, Rome from $2,016, Paris from $2,045 and London from $2,157.
Emirates also has on sale companion fares to Europe in both business class (from $7,171 return) and first class (from $13,091 return).
“One of Emirates’ advantages is that it offers the convenience of non-stop flights from Dubai to virtually all of its destinations in Europe, with direct connections at Dubai from all the airline’s four daily New Zealand flights,” said Emirates’ New Zealand regional manager Chris Lethbridge. “Avoiding the need to transfer to another flight within Europe to get to a destination is a major plus for travellers flying longhaul.
“Another positive factor for travellers to and from Europe is the generous free baggage allowance – 30kg for economy class, 40kg for business class and 50kg for first class – as well as the selection of more than 2000 channels of inflight entertainment, and gourmet meals and top wines among its beverage selection.”
*Various conditions and travel periods apply and taxes are subject to change.
ENDS

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