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Emirates Offering Attractive Business Fares

Emirates Offering Attractive Europe, Sth Africa Business Fares


Special business class fares to new destinations Oslo and Brussels as well as six other points in Europe, plus Johannesburg, are now being offered by Emirates from New Zealand until July 3.

Emirates starts services to Oslo from September 1 with a return business class fare from Auckland, Christchurch or Wellington from $8,373.* Brussels will be available from September 5 from $8,397 business class return.

Other popular Europe destinations being offered at attractive return business class rates are Barcelona ($8,388), Amsterdam ($8,400), Rome ($8,410), Frankfurt ($8,483), Paris ($8,504) and London ($8,840).

In addition, Emirates is now offering business class return flights to Johannesburg from $6,886.

Emirates’ superior business class includes more than 1,800 channels of in-flight entertainment, 40kg free baggage allowance, lie-flat seats and, on A380 services, an onboard lounge.

Emirates flies four times daily from New Zealand to Dubai and beyond via Australia, offering the only A380 service out of Auckland as well as Boeing 777-300 ER flights from Christchurch. From Dubai, Emirates offers direct connections to 35 destinations in Europe (rising to 37 in September), as well as 22 destinations in Africa.

*Fares include all taxes (taxes are subject to change). Various conditions, including travel periods, apply.

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