Emirates welcomes its 100th A380 aircraft with special fare offers

Emirates will celebrate a milestone in aviation history when it welcomes the delivery of its 100th A380 aircraft later this year.  To celebrate the occasion, Emirates is offering Nigerian travellers special fares on return Economy Class and Business Class tickets to select destinations across its network, including Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.

Economy Class fares to Bangkok ($1,199), Hong Kong ($1,299), Shanghai ($1,499), Beijing ($1,499) and Guangzhou (1,299) and for Business Class, fares to Bangkok, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou are $4,699 and $4,799 to Hong-Kong.

Also, the fare from Nigeria to Amsterdam, Paris, Rome, Frankfurt, and London Heathrow is $999 on Economy class; while to Amsterdam on Business class is $3,699, Paris, Rome and Frankfurt on Business class cost $3,799, and to London Heathrow on Business Class is $3,999.

The special fares are available for a limited time only and must be booked between 25th September and October 5th 2017, with outbound travel dates of between 25th September 2017 and 30 November 2017, and 13th January 2018 and 22nd March 2018. Inbound Blackout dates are between 2nd January 2018 and 11th January 2018 and further terms and conditions apply.

The Emirates A380 has been in service for over nine years, and Emirates remains the world’s largest operator of the aircraft. The award-winning airline now operates A380 flights to 48 destinations across six continents, almost a third of its global network. This year, Emirates introduced the A380 on routes to Sao Paulo, Casablanca and Nice.  The airline also operates an A380 on its daily flights between Lagos and Dubai.

On the Emirates A380, First Class passengers can relax in one of 14 flat-bed, massage-equipped Private Suites. The cabin also has two exquisitely designed on board Shower Spas, ensuring a revitalised and refreshed arrival. Business Class passengers can relax in seats that convert to flat beds up to 87 inches (two metres) long, whilst those travelling in Economy Class can stretch out in seats with a pitch of up to 33 inches. Across all classes, travellers can enjoy a vast selection of over 2,500 channels on its award winning inflight entertainment system, ice. The newest version of the Emirates A380 features the widest individual in-seat Economy Class screens in the industry, measuring in at 13.3 inches.

For more information on other destinations available under the offer, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, visit www.emirates.com/

 

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