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Double Miles For Skywards Members

See following release issued for Emirates Airline:

News Release, 23 July 2008

Double Miles For Skywards Members

New Zealand members of Skywards, the frequent flyer programme of Emirates Airline, can earn double Miles on more than 100 flights across the network in the coming few months.

All Skywards members who register and fly Emirates in First, Business and Economy Class on selected flights are eligible for the double Miles bonus.

The offer is applicable to over 60 popular cities and specifically applies on the following sectors to and from Australia:
Between Christchurch and Sydney for the months July through October.
Between Auckland and Sydney for the months July through September..

Full details are available on skywards.com under Special Offers.

This exciting promotion allows new and existing members to earn Double bonus Miles on eligible flights, even if just part of their overall itinerary. For instance, a member flying from London to Sydney in Business Class still earns Double Miles for an eligible London-Dubai sector. There is no limit to the number of Miles that can be earned, with every eligible flight earning members the bonus and allowing them to reach their desired rewards even faster.

Skywards total Miles earned offer immediate flight or upgrade rewards on Emirates, or a host of other exciting rewards including inspirational shopping at www.TheEmiratesHighStreet.com.

Members can then book their flights on www.emirates.com , by calling their local Skywards service centre, via Emirates reservations or by contacting their local travel agent.

Emirates flies its wide-bodied aircraft four times daily from New Zealand to Dubai and beyond, via Australia. Passengers can enjoy Emirates’ award-winning services, sumptuous meals and the finest wines in First, Business and Economy class on all flights. All services also have Emirates' award-winning 'ice' inflight system, providing more than 600 channels of information, communication and entertainment.

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