Emirates celebrates its 100th A380 with promotions

FULL ARTICLE

Emirates Airlines is preparing to receive the 100th A380 to its fleet and celebrates the event with a special offer from France.

Passengers will be able to take advantage of the company's on-board offers such as destination-specific menus, free Wi-Fi, a full entertainment system, a shower-spa area, or lounge bar.

The Dubai-based carrier offers destinations from € 380 for bookings made between September 12 and 21 and for flights between September 15 and December 7, 2017. In France, the biggest airplane in the world operates at the airports of Paris and, since July 1, 2017, it also operates at Nice. Dubai, Bangkok, and Mauritius from Paris, Lyon and Nice will be available at preferential prices. Thanks to the TGV Air partnership with SNCF, the three airports are easily accessible from 19 French railway stations with a single train ticket at a favorable price.

Emirates passengers will be able to take advantage of the company's on-board offers such as destination-specific menus, free Wi-Fi, a full entertainment system, a shower-spa area, or lounge bar.

Some examples of destinations on special offers from Paris, Nice or Lyon:

-Dubai: 380 € in economy class, 2 380 € in business class

-Bangkok: 480 € in economy class, 2 380 € in business class

-Taipei: 480 € in economy class, 2 380 € in business class

-Ile Maurice: 780 € in economy class, 3 380 € in business class

-Sydney: 1 080 € in economy class, 3 780 € in business class



YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE!

SIMILAR ARTICLES

Air Austral to order three Airbus A220

Airbus delivers 1000th A320neo family jet

JetSmart adds first Airbus A320neo

Lufthansa Group to receive a new aircraft every two weeks over the next ten years

Aeroflot begins to retire its Airbus A330s


RECENT POSTS

A Qantas Boeing 747 becomes testbed for futuristic engines

Air Austral to order three Airbus A220

United Airlines begins operations with Bombardier CRJ550.

Airbus delivers 1000th A320neo family jet

Russian cargo operator Atran Air adds second Boeing 737-800BCF