Emirates launches summer fares for UAE travellers

The offer applies for outbound travel from April 19, 2018 till December 13, 2018

Emirates launches special summer fares for UAE travellers.
Emirates launches special summer fares for UAE travellers.

Emirates Airline has launched "early bird fares" for UAE travellers to numerous destinations around the world. Those who book in advance can also avail discounted fares from today until April 30, 2018 and it applies to select travel dates.

Economy class passengers fares to the Middle East start from AED 795 (USD $216), and to Europe, starting from AED 2,135 ($580), to West Asia and Indian Ocean starting from AED 945 ($257), and to the Far East and Australasia starting at AED 2,035 ($554), according to a statement from Emirates.

For business class passengers travelling in the Middle East, rates start from AED 3,155 ($858), to Europe starting at AED 9,395 ($2,557), to West Asia & Indian Ocean starting at AED 2835 ($771), and to the Far East and Australasia starting at AED 8,895 ($2,420).

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The special rates is applicable for outbound travel between 19 April and 13 December 2018.

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