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Third Daily Emirates Service Fare Offers


Third Daily Emirates Service Fare Offers

Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline now serving New Zealand, has come out with three sizzling sets of fares to mark the expansion of its Auckland service to three times daily.

The award-winning airline begins flying via Brisbane to Dubai on October 27, adding to the current daily services to both Sydney and Melbourne. The services operate to Dubai via Singapore.

Its special launch return economy fares will be $377 for Brisbane, $777 for Singapore and $1,777 for Dubai and Europe. (All fares exclude Government and airport taxes and other special charges.)

The fares are valid for outbound travel from October 27 to November 30, with ticketing and payment to be completed by October 24.

Special business and first class fares apply for the period. The return business class fares will be $777 for Brisbane, $1,777 for Singapore and $3,777 for Dubai and Europe.

First class return will be $1,250 for Brisbane, $3,777 for Singapore and $5,777 for Dubai and Europe.

Minimum and maximum stay periods will apply to the Brisbane economy class fares. For customers flying beyond Brisbane, return travel must be via Brisbane. No stopover will be available at Brisbane outbound.

Bookings can be made by calling 0508 Emirates or travel agents, who can answer questions on the special launch fares and clarify applicable conditions.

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