Emirates unveils special Business Class offer
Dubai, June 4, 2013
Emirates has announced a three-day sale on all its Business Class fares worldwide beginning today with the rates for Bahrain-Dubai flights starting from BD295.75 ($776).
Under the special 'Explore the World in Style for Less' promotion, passengers can travel between July 12 and August 4 to 133 destinations across Emirates’ global network which spans six continents.
When it comes to Business Class, Emirates goes to great lengths to ensure comfort, efficiency and attention to detail for our passengers, said a company statement.
Emirates’ Business Class passengers get to enjoy:
•Complimentary chauffeur-drive service to and from selected airports
•Dedicated Business Class check-in desks
•Priority baggage handling
•Fast track immigration on arrival and departure from Dubai
On the ground, Business Class customers and Gold card members of Skywards, Emirates’ award-winning frequent flyer programme, can relax before their flights in one of Emirates’ 35 exclusive Business Class lounges its network, including the giant facility located in Concourse A in Terminal 3 at Dubai International.
Opened in January this year and spanning over 16,000 sq m, the lounge features showcase kitchens, business centres, restaurants, a Timeless Spa with 29 treatment rooms and an entertainment zone, the statement added.
On board, Emirates’ award-winning Business Class offers passengers top class seats with advanced in-flight communications and entertainment.
A highlight is its renowned ice in-flight entertainment system, which offers passengers up to 1400 channels of the latest multi-lingual entertainment. The extremely popular system has been voted the world’s best at the World Airline Awards for eight consecutive years, said the Dubai carrier in its statement.
Emirates’ in-flight dining options frequently exceed our passengers’ expectations, offering a choice of regionally-inspired menus created by our award-winning chefs, accompanied by some of the world’s finest beverages, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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