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Special Hello 2014 N.Z. Fares for New Year’s Resolutions

Special Hello 2014 N.Z. Fares for New Year’s Resolutions

Emirates Airline customers in New Zealand who plan on making a New Year’s resolution to see more of the world can now say Hello to 2014 with some very attractive fares in both Business Class and Economy Class.

To secure these fares, bookings to all destinations across Emirates’ network on six continents must be made between today December 24 and January 14, 2014, for travel between January 20 and April 3, 2014.

“What better way to begin 2014 by travelling to a destination that you have never been to, or making that much promised visit to a friend or family member,” said Thierry Antinori, Emirates’ Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. “We’ve combined our excellent flight connections offered by our global network with great special fares and by doing so we hope to help our customers fulfil their travel aspirations in 2014.”

All inclusive, return Economy Class fares from New Zealand start at $467 to Australia, $1,007 to Bangkok, $2,008 to Dubai and $1,779 to Europe; with Business Class fares from New Zealand starting at $1,347 to Australia, $3,477 to Bangkok, $7,288 to Dubai and $8,869 to Europe.

A total of eight new destinations have been added to the Emirates network since the beginning of 2013 including Stockholm, Warsaw, Algiers, Kabul and Conakry; with the next to join the network being Kiev in early 2014.

It is not only the destinations that are increasing; Emirates also continues to add the latest aircraft to its fleet which now stands at 213 including 44 Airbus A380s flying to 24 destinations – among them three flying into Auckland Airport daily.

Emirates is the only airline offering A380 services from New Zealand, and flies via Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to Dubai and beyond daily.

For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, contact your travel agent or visit www.emirates.com\nz

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