Emirates launches New Year Sale for Travellers from Zimbabwe

Emirates launches New Year Sale for Travellers from Zimbabwe
Published: 10 January 2018 (355 Views)
HARARE - Emirates has launched its New Year sale on Economy and Business class flights from Zimbabwe for travellers heading to top destinations around the world.

The sale, which is widely recognised as offering the best fare deals of the year, is available for leisure and business travellers who book between January 8 and 22, 2018.

The fares apply to travel between January 8 and January 30, 2018 to selected destinations across Emirates' network of more than 150 destinations worldwide.

The special Economy Class fares from Harare to Dubai start from US$499; Delhi from US$599; Guangzhou from US$769; Rome from US$799; New York from US$1,029 and Perth from US$1,149
Business Class fares to Mumbai start from US$2,509; Dubai from US$2,509; Guangzhou from US$2,269; London from US$2,549; Perth from US$3,399 and New York from US$3,749.

Customers who travel with Emirates can enjoy over 2,500 channels of entertainment and films through ice, Emirates' award-winning inflight entertainment system. Customers across all cabins also served a variety of complimentary beverages and regionally inspired cuisine prepared using fresh ingredients. They will also experience the famed hospitality of the airline's multi-cultural cabin crew, including crew from Zimbabwe.

It's been an Emirates tradition to run big sales at the end of the year and beginning of New Year.

Emirates' 2017 Milestones
From welcoming its 100th A380, to announcing refreshed interiors for its B777 aircraft and a refurbished A380 On-board Lounge to introducing Newark via Athens, Phnom Penh and Zagreb to its global network, Emirates continues to expand both its fleet and its product, maintaining its role as an industry leader and striving to exceed passenger's expectations.

Other 2017 accomplishments for Emirates include being recognised as the Best Airline in the World at the inaugural TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Awards for Airlines, and winning four awards at the 2017 Business Traveller Awards, two awards at the prestigious ULTRAS 2017 Awards, a Passenger choice award for Best Entertainment at the 2017 APEX Passenger Choice Awards and World's Best Inflight Entertainment award for a record 13th year at the Skytrax World Airline Awards 2017.

Emirates looks forward to continuing its expansion in the coming years; with 40 new Boeing 787 Dreamliner' on order and a rapidly growing their network even further through their thanks to a partnership with fly Dubai.

Travellers can reach more than 150 destinations across six continents taking advantage of Emirate's expanding network.  Emirates flies daily from Harare International Airport to Dubai.

EK 713 departs Dubai every day at 09:30hrs, arriving in Harare at 17:15hrs after a 1hr 30m stopover in Lusaka. The return flight leaves Harare at 19:00hrs and lands in Dubai at 06:40hrs the next day, again after a after a 1hr 30m stopover in Lusaka.

For full terms and conditions, and for bookings, please contact your travel agent. Visit www.emirates.com/zw or visit the Emirates office at 18 Wakefield Road, Avondale, Harare. For reservations, ticketing and other inquiries, the Emirates call centre number is +263 86 7704 4444.

- Agencies

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