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Emirates launches destination sale to over 70 global destinations

Posted 13 August 2018 · Add Comment

Emirates has launched one of its biggest sales yet with special fares to over 70 global destinations within its network.

 

The sale includes destinations in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, and the Far East. The offer applies to bookings made today until 20th August 2018 for travel between 1st September 2018 and 31st March 2019.

Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares to Beirut starting at AED 945, Mumbai starting at AED 995, Bangkok starting at AED 2,345, Lisbon starting at AED 2,945, Mauritius starting at AED 2,995, Los Angeles starting at AED 4,835 and Santiago starting at AED 5,105.

Business Class passengers can enjoy fares to Mumbai starting at AED 2,795, Beirut starting at AED 5,245, Bangkok starting at AED 9,795, Mauritius starting at AED 9,975, Lisbon starting at AED 15,415, Santiago starting at AED 20,925, and Los Angeles starting at AED 21,275.

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