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Emirates lines up summer escapes

DUBAI, UAE, 23 June 2021: Emirates is making it easier for
UAE travellers eager to reconnect to their favourite destinations with special
fares and more flights to over 30 cities, quarantine free.

The airline is bringing back more destinations, doubling down
on flights to popular cities and providing customers more opportunities to
experience the A380 so that they can kick off their long-awaited holidays in
style.

UAE travellers can book their holiday with Emirates with
special fares starting from AED 1,315. The offer is valid on bookings made
today until 6 July 2021, for travel until 28 February 2022.*

Emirates Economy Class and Business Class passengers can
choose to book their getaway to a long list of popular holiday destinations.

Fare deals

Rome, starting at AED2,255 in Economy Class and AED13,415 in
Business; Barcelona starting from AED2,395 in Economy Class and AED13,315 in
Business Class; Istanbul starting from AED1,695 in Economy Class and AED10,985
in Business Class; beach hotspot Phuket starting from AED1,995 in Economy Class
and AED7,995 in Business Class, and Los Angeles from AED3,335 in Economy Class
and AED 19,555 in Business Class.

UAE Travellers can also plan their quarantine free getaway
with Emirates Holidays, starting from AED1,999 per person, with customised
packages available for various experiences.

Emirates is ramping up its operations and expanding services
across its network to meet strong leisure travel demand over the summer, as
entry restrictions ease for travellers. Throughout July, Emirates will fly to
124 cities, with seven destinations being reinstated and Miami making its debut
on the airline’s network. Emirates will also be adding more flights to 12
destinations across Europe, North America and Africa.

Safe Journey pledge

Health and safety continue to be a top priority with the latest health and safety measures in place.

When flying out of Dubai, customers can take advantage of contactless technology at nearly every step…

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