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Emirates Extends 'One Night In Bangkok' Special

Emirates Extends 'One Night In Bangkok' Special

Media Release
20 June 2005


Emirates, the Dubai-based international airline, is extending its popular "One Night in Bangkok" special offer until the end of August, and is adding free nights in Dubai for first and business class passengers.

Until August 31, 2005, all travellers flying Emirates from Auckland via Bangkok can take advantage of one night's free hotel stay in the exciting capital of Thailand.

Emirates' first and business class passengers will enjoy their complimentary one-night-in-Bangkok at the Shangri-La Hotel, consistently voted best in the world and a preferred choice for business and leisure travellers.

Under the Bangkok offer, travellers flying Emirates' economy class will have easy access to the city's main attractions during their free one-night stay at the Holiday Inn Silom, which is conveniently located in the heart of the commercial, shopping and entertainment district.

Until the same date, flying on any of Emirates' four daily services from New Zealand, first class passengers travelling to or through Dubai will have two nights free at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton hotel in Dubai, and business class passengers will have one night free at the Emirates Towers Hotel.

All offers can only be availed once per trip, either on the inbound or outbound leg of the journey.

Emirates flies daily on the Auckland-Sydney-Bangkok-Dubai route, and offers two other daily options to Dubai and beyond from Auckland, as well as a daily service from Christchurch.

One of the world's fastest growing airlines, Emirates flies to more than 75 cities in 54 countries in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa, Indian subcontinent and Asia-Pacific.


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