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Seawings upgrades tours

Posted 19 April 2018 · Add Comment

Seawings’ award-winning Silver tour has had an upgrade and now takes in even more of Dubai’s skyline including the city’s newest landmarks The Dubai Frame and soon to be completed Ain Dubai.

 

The new 45-minute Silver flight route offers breath-taking views of all the world-famous icons including the Burj Khalifa, Palm Jumeirah, Burj Arab, World Islands and more covering the city from Jebel Ali in the south right up to Dubai Creek in the north.

Seawings CEO, Stuart Wheeler, says visitors the from across the globe flock to Dubai for one-of-a-kind experiences and see world-famous landmarks, but what makes it even more fascinating as a destination is that it is always changing.

“For us to be successful as a business we need to be agile, we must constantly evaluate our offering and evolve with the city to ensure our scenic flights are showing off the best of Dubai year after year.”

In addition to Seawings’ signature 45 minute tour, a shorter 20-minute Snapshot flight has been introduced.

Stuart says, “The Seawings Snapshot flight offers a viable alternative for a larger segment of the market, in particular families and economy travellers.

“The beauty of our Snapshot flight is that it opens up the opportunity for even more people to experience the magic of seaplane flight and see Dubai’s most famous icons.”

 

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