Emirates’ special fare sale closing 18th Nov. offers savings valid till Sept. 2020

Posted On 05 Nov 2019
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Popular destinations at special fares from Emirates – (from top) Dubai, Malé and New York.

The 5th of November may be Guy Fawkes Day in the United Kingdom, but for residents of Sri Lanka, the hot news is a special fare sale from Emirates that opened on that day, offering those planning to travel overseas in the next ten months an opportunity to lock in attractive special fares by booking early.

This limited duration offer covering destinations around the globe closes on Monday 18th November but is valid for travel between 12th November 2019 and 30th September 2020 for leisure and business travellers alike, the award-winning airline announced.

Economy Class fares start at US$ 240 inclusive of taxes (about Rs 43,500 at current exchange rates) to Malé, US$ 338 (Rs 61,300) to Dubai, US$ 566 (Rs 102,600) to Paris, US$ 765 (Rs 138,700) to London Heathrow, and US$ 977 (Rs 177,110) to New York.

All-inclusive Business Class fares start at US$ 545 (Rs 98,800) to Malé, US$ 1,102 (Rs 199,800) to Dubai, US$ 2,523 (Rs 457,400) to Frankfurt, US$ 2533 (Rs 459,200) to Paris, US$ 2,614 (Rs 473,900) to London Heathrow,  and US$ 3,913 (Rs 709,400) to New York.

Emirates has also announced special all-inclusive First Class fares to these and more destinations, offering travellers from Sri Lanka a chance to experience the ultimate in luxury air travel.

“These special fares represent savings of 15 per cent on quoted market fares for First Class, and savings of 10 per cent on Business and Economy Class fares,” said Chandana de Silva, Emirates Area Manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives. “This is a great opportunity for Sri Lanka-resident travellers to ‘Fly Better’ with the world’s leading airline and to experience true value for money.”

Members of Emirates Skywards, the airline’s award-winning loyalty programme, can pay for their bookings using a combination of cash and Skywards Miles, further reducing the pay out towards the cost of their tickets.

Passengers in all cabin classes can enjoy the friendly service from Emirates’ multicultural cabin crew, meals prepared by gourmet chefs, and up to 4,500 channels of movies, TV programmes, music and podcasts, including channels in Sinhala and Tamil on the airline’s award-winning ice entertainment system.

Emirates has been serving Sri Lanka since April 1986 and currently operates three flights a day from Colombo to Dubai, offering convenient connections to 158 destinations on six continents. The airline’s flight schedule is expected to be increased to four flights a day from 30th November 2019.

For more details of the special fares to Mexico City or to book flights, please visit www.emirates.com/lk or call 4704070.

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