Emirates says ‘Hello 2013’ offering attractive fares



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Published — Saturday 29 December 2012

Last update 28 December 2012 11:30 pm

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Emirates, one of the world's fastest-growing airlines, is welcoming 2013 aboard by offering very attractive fares for quick-acting customers. Whether your New Year's resolution is to spend more time with family and friends or visit a dream destination Emirates' Economy Class deals, currently available for early bookers, offer something for everyone.
Emirates' Globalistas are being encouraged to fill their backpacks, pack their suitcases or grab their laptops and leap on a raft of Economy Class deals, which are currently available for early bookers.
The special fares apply to all 128 destinations across the Emirates' network when booked between Dec. 26 and Jan. 10 for travel from Jan. 18 to June 10.
Emirates Holidays, the airline's tour operating arm, is also offering great savings on all land arrangements including tours and excursions, hotels, transfers and car hire for bookings made during the same promotional and travel period. The Emirates Holidays offer is for travel out of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to over 100 destinations.
"With our excellent on board product and a long list of exciting destinations - from Buenos Aires and San Francisco in the west to Tokyo and Auckland in the east — there are already many reasons to experience Emirates," said Thierry Antinori, Emirates' EVP-passenger sales worldwide. "Now, we are injecting even more value into Economy Class fares, while giving a warm welcome to 2013. We urge customers to move quickly to secure seats at the best price," added Antinori.
Economy Class fares from Saudi Arabia start at SR 1,760 to Europe, SR 1,765 to the Far East and SR 1,260 to Africa.
Emirates' world has grown rapidly in 2012, with the launch of 15 new destinations, bringing new countries, cultures and experiences for customers to explore.

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