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Flying high with Emirates

Feb 06. 2019
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Emirates celebrates the month of love by offering special fares for group bookings from two to nine passengers, allowing them to travel with their loved ones and family members to the airline’ s most popular destinations – Hong Kong, Vienna, New York, and Cairo.

The special airfares are available for customers who purchase tickets from today until February 24 and are valid for outbound travel from Bangkok and Phuket until November 30. 

The special return fares for Hong Kong cost Bt6,185 for economy class and Bt13,555 for business; for Vienna, Bt22,880 and Bt90,255, for New York, Bt29,510 and Bt128,935, and for Cairo, Bt25,325 and Bt81,415.

Onboard the spacious A380, Business Class passengers can enjoy flatbed seats, 23-inch HD LCD screens and access to the Onboard Lounge, where passengers can sip cocktails and munch canapes with their travel companions. Economy Class passengers can also enjoy extra legroom, HD touchscreen and inseat power in the custom lit cabin aboard the A380. 

In addition, passengers across in all cabins can sit back, relax and enjoy Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment that features up to 3,500 channels of on-demand movies and games. Passengers can also browse through social media and keep uptodate with the latest happenings via the aircraft’s preloaded 20MB of free Wi-Fi data.

For those making a short stopover in Dubai, Emirates passengers travelling through Dubai until March 31 can benefit from My Emirates Pass privileges across participating retail and leisure outlets simply by presenting their boarding pass and a valid form of identification. The offer allows customers to take advantage of fantastic discounts and benefits in more than 500 locations across the UAE, including retail outlets and various leisure activities, spa treatments, fine dining, and more.

The airline has an extensive global network of over 150 destinations across six continents, in 86 countries and territories. Travellers from Thailand can conveniently connect from Bangkok to Emirates’ global destinations via Dubai, using a mix of B777 and A380 aircraft. Currently, Emirates operates 49 weekly flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport, and two daily flights from Phuket to Dubai with a range of schedules available throughout the day. Four of its seven daily flights from Bangkok to Dubai are operated on the iconic A380.

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