Emirates cuts business class fares by 30%

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Emirates Airline said on Thursday it has launched a three-day sale on its business class fares worldwide.

The sale, which runs until June 22, offers 30 percent discounts on business class fares including tickets to London from AED11,060.

Travel is for the period July 12 until August 4 and passengers will be able to choose from selected points across Emirates’ global network which spans six continents, the Dubai-based carrier said in a statement.

Business Class customers can relax before their flights in one of Emirates’ 35 global Business Class lounges including the world’s largest in Terminal 3 at Dubai International, it added.

Last month, Emirates revealed plans to refurbish all 35 of its airport lounges around the world over the next 18 to 24 months.

The Dubai-based carrier made the announcement as it inaugurated its refurbished Paris Charles de Gaulle Lounge.

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Posted by: bassam

Is this really a news article or free marketing?

Posted by: sheikha

Pfff, hardly a good sale offer. Clearly its just a quiet time for them and they have loads of seats left. I refuse to fly Emirates they are terrible.

Posted by: Sameh

cant agree more with Sheikha.... The timing of the Must fly is in Ramadan and that is where all the families like to spend some time in the country rather than travel

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