20 September 2017

Airlines


Special offers to Alexandria by Emirates
June 2005 12

Special introductory offers await Emirates passengers for the first month of the airline’s new daily.

Non-stop services to Alexandria which the airline launched on May 15, this year. Some of the offers will be valid even longer. The famed, historical city, the airline’s second Egyptian destination, will also double as a convenient gateway to Cairo.
Fare offers: Emirates customers can visit Alexandria from Dubai at a special fare of Dh1,350 by booking online. Both the offers are valid until June 15 this year; the airline has extended similar special offers between Alexandria and several cities on the network in the Middle East, for East and Australia.
Skywards offers: Passengers flying on the new route till June 25 this year will earn 9,500 Bonus miles for a return journey. The total miles earned on a return trip to Alexandria during this period are enough for a one-way Business Class upgrade to Dubai or return flight in Economy Cclass per the reduced promotional reward miles. One-way flights come 4,750 Bonus miles.
Once they land at Alexandria’s Borg Al Arab Airport, passengers will travel in style and comfort to their final destinations. Business Class passengers will be whisked away in luxurious, chauffeur driven limousines to the city’s downtown arches Cairo or to any location in a radius of 275 km from the airport.
What’s more, Emirates passenger from Dubai to Alexandria can now shop to their hearts content as the airline is offering an excess baggage allowance of 50 kilos until further notice. Skywards members can avail of the same excess baggage allowance coming back from Alexandria until June 25 this year.
Nasser bin Kherbash, Senior vice-president commercial Africa at Emirates, said, “We are promoting Alexandria across our network with a range of special offers and value-added services as well as an intensive communications campaign.”




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