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Emirates Celebrates New Destinations

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EMIRATES CELEBRATES NEW DESTINATIONS WITH A HOST OF PASSENGER REWARDS

Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline, is celebrating the launch of new routes to Glasgow and Vienna in the next month with a wide range of passenger rewards from accommodation, to car rental. For visiting Scotland, there's entry to a range of attractions as well.

Passengers travelling from Auckland to Glasgow and Vienna can benefit from special launch fares as well as the range of passenger rewards. The fares from Auckland to either destination are $1899 economy class, $5999 business class and $7999 first class (all available on specified flights), with sales and ticketing to 31 May and travel to be commenced by 30 June.

** Glasgow Route

* Route Starts: April 10
* Frequency: Daily
* Promotion: April 10? July 10
* Flying to Glasgow from the Emirates network

Offer: Business Class passengers receive two nights accommodation in an Executive Room at the Hilton Hotel Glasgow including breakfast in the Executive Lounge OR 4 Days Car Rental in a Vauxhall Astra 5-door with air conditioning or equivalent (includes unlimited mileage, third party insurance, collision damage waiver, airport surcharges and VAT), PLUS a 3-Day Historic Scotland Pass offering entry to over 69 historical Scotland properties including the Royal Castles of Edinburgh and Stirling and is valid for any three days in a five day period.

** Vienna Route

* Route Starts: May 1 * Frequency: Five times weekly/Daily from May 15 * Promotion: May 15 ? July 10

* Flying to Vienna from the Emirates network: Offer: First Class passengers receive three nights accommodation in a Standard Room at the Intercontinental Hotel Vienna including breakfast OR seven days car rental in Skoda Octavia 5-door with air conditioning or equivalent (includes unlimited mileage, third party insurance, collision damage waiver, airport surcharges and VAT). Business Class passengers receive two nights accommodation including breakfast OR four days car rental in a Skoda Fabia 5-dr with air conditioning or equivalent.

With the launch of these new routes, Emirates will serve 76 destinations. All of these offers are valid with travel from the start of each service until July 10, 2004 and can be claimed at the time of booking.

For more information, visit www.emirates.com

Issued by Professional Public Relations NZ ENDS


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