Emirates airline offers reduced fares on new flights to Mexico City

Emirates will operate a daily service with a two-class Boeing 777-200LR on the daily service via Barcelona

Mexico City will be the airline’s fifth destination in Central and South America
Mexico City will be the airline’s fifth destination in Central and South America

Emirates airline is offering reduced fares on its new flights to Mexico City via Barcelona, which start on December 9.

Economy class passengers can book fares starting from AED 4,895, while business class passengers avail of fares starting from AED 19,995. The offer is valid for bookings made until up December 8, for travel between December 9 until August 31 2020, as reported by sister publication, Arabian Business

Mexico City will be the airline’s fifth destination in Central and South America, and is expected to be a popular route for leisure and business travellers alike.

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Emirates will operate a daily service with a two-class Boeing 777-200LR, departing Dubai at 03:30 local time, arriving in Barcelona at 08:00, before departing again at 09:55 and arriving into Mexico City at 16:15 on the same day.

The return flight EK256 will depart Mexico City at 19:40 local time, arriving in Barcelona the next day at 13:25. EK256 will depart once again from Barcelona at 15:10 bound for Dubai where it will arrive at 00:45 the following day.

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