Emirates Airline launches flight promotions for Dubai travellers

The offer is valid for passengers flying to several places including Karachi, Amman and Singapore

Image used for illustrative purpose only. Image courtesy: Emirates Airline/Twitter
Image used for illustrative purpose only. Image courtesy: Emirates Airline/Twitter

Dubai-based Emirates Airline has launched special fares for passengers travelling from Dubai to several places including Karachi, Munich, Singapore and Amman among others.

According to a report by sister title Arabian Business, economy and business class passengers can choose from ten destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East, America and Asia.

The report further added that the offer is valid until June 24 and is applicable for travel until April 30 2020.

Travellers flying to Karachi can get tickets for AED1,075 ($292.65) in economy, while business class travellers can get tickets for AED3,495 ($951.46). Meanwhile, economy passengers to Munich will have to pay AED2,445 ($665.61)  while business passengers will have to pay AED13,495 ($3,673.81).

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