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Emirates Offers 33 Europe Early-Booker Fare Choices for 2013

Emirates Offers 33 Europe Early-Booker Fare Choices for 2013

Emirates has today launched a range of fares for early-bookers for its unparalleled choice of 33 Europe destinations served from New Zealand through Dubai.

“We have attractive fares for Amsterdam and Zurich and 31 other destinations in between,” said Emirates regional manager New Zealand Chris Lethbridge. “In terms of same-airline flights all the way from New Zealand, this is an unbeatable selection and a major plus when it comes to choice.

“Travelling as far as they do to get to Europe, New Zealanders appreciate the seamless travel offered by Emirates out of Auckland and Christchurch, with no need to change airlines. They also like the fact that they get modern, wide-bodied aircraft on all flights, full service with meals and drinks, more than 1,000 channels of inflight entertainment and 10kg extra free baggage allowance.

“In the case of Auckland, there is also the opportunity to fly on the Emirates A380 superjumbo, now going twice daily and offering A380 service all the way to London, Manchester, Paris, Rome, Munich, Amsterdam and - from December - Moscow.”

The early fares for 2013 are on sale until December 17. Various travel periods and other conditions apply.

The fares range from $2199 economy return to Lyon to $2599 economy return to London. In the table below, the sample selection of fares is for travel starting between January 20 and March 31 (surcharges apply to other travel periods):

From Auckland / Christchurch to:Economy Class returnBusiness Class return
Amsterdam$2,399$8,699
Barcelona$2,379$8,679
Dublin$2,369$8,669
Frankfurt$2,469$8,779
London$2,599$9,079
Lyon$2,199$9,649
Manchester$2,549$9,039
Paris$2,429$8,789
Rome$2,379$8,679
Venice$2,519$9,559

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