While Europe has opened doors to travel amidst a long list of testing and quarantining rules, Emirates is making it easier for UAE travelers looking for that much-deserved summer break with special fares and flights to over 30 cities, quarantine free.
Emirates has doubled its flights to popular cities and now provide customers more opportunities to experience the A380, with holiday- special fares starting from AED 1,315. The offer is valid on bookings made until July 6, 2021, for travel until February 28, 2022.*
The airline holidays to destinations including Rome at AED 2,255 in Economy Class and AED 13,415 in Business; Barcelona starting from AED 2,395 in Economy Class and AED 13,315 in Business Class; Istanbul starting from AED 1,695 in Economy Class and AED 10,985 in Business Class; beach hotspot Phuket starting from AED 1,995 in Economy Class and AED 7,995 in Business Class, and Los Angeles from AED 3,335 in Economy Class and AED 19,555 in Business Class.
The new packages were rolled out keeping in mid the safety and security of the passengers. When flying out of Dubai, customers have access to contactless technology at nearly every step of their journey. The airline’s new digital verification capabilities, will offer customers more opportunities to utilise the IATA Travel Pass this summer, as well as a complete paperless experience, while verifying their Covid-19 related medical records.
The Dubai-based carrier is bullish about meeting the strong leisure travel demand over the summer, as entry restrictions ease for travellers. The airline has been gradually and safely rebuilding its route network and advancing its strategy to optimise its presence in key markets to serve leisure and growing business and leisure travel demands.
Onboard, Emirates has continually invested to update its inflight content throughout the past year, adding approximately 100 movies each month to the extensive content library on ice. The airline will also telecast games of the UEFA Euro 2020 including the final on 11 July. Live TV will also show the rescheduled 2020 Olympic Games on 23 July in Tokyo, with participation expected from over 10,000 athletes representing 200 nations around the world.
Sports fans will have full avvewon’t have to worry about missing the action when they fly with Emirates this summer, whether tihey are following the rescheduled 2020 Summer Olympics, UEFA Euro 2020, or other top sports and leagues such as Wimbledon 2021, the British Open, the NBA finals, the PGA tour, MotoGP and more.
Today, Emirates serves 115 global passenger destinations, and by the end of July, it will have recovered close to 90% of its pre-pandemic network, operating 880 weekly services across 124 cities. The airline is also rolling out a its new premium economy class – aimed at economy class passengers willing to pay more for a better on-board experience, in their series of factory-fresh Airbus A380 superjumbos and from 2023, on the airlines’ new Boeing 777X flagship.