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Emirates Offers Special Launch Fares for Oslo

25 March 2014

Emirates Offers Special Launch Fares for Oslo

Emirates is launching its newest Europe destination, Oslo, with special fares from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch available until Monday (March 31).

The airline will start services from Dubai to the Norwegian capital on September 2, with direct connections at Dubai with all four daily Emirates services from New Zealand.

Flights to Oslo, which will become Emirates’ 36th destination in Europe, are on sale for $1974 economy return, for departures from New Zealand from October 1 to November 14. The business class return fare of $8456 return is on sale for departures from New Zealand between September 1 and November 30.

“This expansion of the Europe network means that Emirates will serve the three main centres of Scandinavia – Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen – on a daily basis, via Dubai, from New Zealand,” said Emirates’ regional manager New Zealand Chris Lethbridge. “Having such a large range of Europe destinations is a big plus for our customers, many of whom fly in to one centre and out of another; all with direct flights through Dubai and no need to make other connections within Europe.”

Fares are inclusive of taxes and various conditions apply.

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