Planning to travel? The festive season is almost upon us and with it comes a lot of travel, be it for trade, or to go see loved ones from far off parts of the world, or to holiday and unwind. Emirates, a world class airline and global connector of people and places, is offering Kenyan travelers discounted fares on economy tickets to a range of exciting destinations in Europe, Asian and the United States. The special fares will apply when booked between October 9th and October 17th 2014 for travel period starting October 9th 2014 until June 30th, 2015.
A return Economy Class ticket form Nairobi to Mumbai starts from as little as $452. Other Asian destinations include Bangkok from $761, Guangzhou from $984 and Beijing from USD1,239. European destinations include Istanbul from $544, Amsterdam from $775, Manchester from $893, and London from $947. The American destinations include New York from $1,150 and San Francisco from $1,376.
“Emirates is all about offering value for money. This promotion offers even greater value, and the opportunity to travel on Emirates to one of a number of destinations in its global network, with just one convenient and comfortable stop in Dubai.” said Emirates Manager for Kenya Aita Kongson.
She added: “What’s more, most of the destinations included in this offer, such as Amsterdam, Beijing, London, Manchester, Bangkok, Mumbai, New York, and San Francisco are serviced by Emirates’ iconic A380 aircraft, which offers a unique travel experience.”
All the above fares are inclusive of taxes, quoted on a return basis, with a minimum stay of three days and a maximum stay of one month. Blackout dates from 11-30 October 2014 apply for travel to Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Also blackout dates from 10 December 2014 to 15 January 2015 and 3-6 April 2015 apply to all destinations. Blackout dates are dates when the special fares do not apply.
Emirates Airways is well known for hospitality and good service from its multi-national crew and travelers get to enjoy this too in addition to the value fares. There are over 1600 channels of on-demand audio and visual channels on board so there is no chance that flying could get boring. Travelers also get to enjoy world class cuisine and generous baggage allowances of 30kg for economy, 40kg for business class and 50kg for first class.
Emirates operates double daily flights between Nairobi and Dubai and onward to more than 140 destinations in 81 countries across six continents, and it’s the world’s largest operator of Boeing 777 and A380 aircraft.