LATEST NEWS

Emirates Heads to Lusaka Shopping Malls

By  | 

Two tickets to Dubai on offer in weekend prize draw

Burj Khalifa (Dusk) Panorama

Burj Khalifa (Dusk) Panorama

Emirates, which flies daily direct from Lusaka to Dubai, will be on the ground meeting shoppers in Lusaka this weekend and next to share the excitement of flying across the airline’s global network and making a stopover in Dubai.

Visitors to Levy Junction on March 22 and 23, and to Manda Hill on March 29 and 30, stand a chance of winning two Economy Class tickets to Dubai with the airline’s raffle draw.

Entrants will be asked to answer three simple questions about the airline, and their answers will be entered into a prize draw for the tickets.

The Emirates team will also be talking about what Dubai has to offer as a leading leisure and business destination that has something to offer everyone.

They will also explain the benefits of the airline’s Skywards frequent flyer programme, which offers lounge, ticket and shopping benefits. Visitors to the stand will be able to sign up for Skywards on the spot, as well as book tickets for travel they are planning.

Joining Emirates Skywards is free and members receive benefits every time they fly. There are four membership tiers – Blue, Silver, Gold and Platinum.  Benefits for Skywards members include travel and lifestyle rewards, priority check-in, lounge access, extra baggage allowance and bonus Miles, depending on the membership tier.

Members earn Skywards Miles when they fly on Emirates and partner airlines and through a wide range of leisure and lifestyle partners. Skywards Miles can then be redeemed for a range of rewards such as flights on Emirates and other partner airlines including Qantas, easyJet, TAP, JetBlue and Alaska Airlines, and for flight upgrades, hotel accommodation, excursions with Arabian Adventures, and car rentals.

A340-300

A340-300

Miles can be used for tickets to major sporting event and concerts. Members can also choose to donate their Miles to a range of charity partners including The Emirates Airline Foundation and Sightsavers. Redemption opportunities are consistently being expanded.

The airline flies to more than 140 destinations in 80 countries through its Dubai gateway.

More than a third of the world’s population lives within a four-hour flight from Dubai, and two-thirds are within an eight-hour flight. Today, Emirates operates nearly 3,200 flights globally per week to 142 destinations in 80 countries. Since January 2012, it has launched new services to over 20 destinations, adding air transport connections that will benefit trade and tourism to Dubai and beyond. Most recently it started services to Taipei on February 10, and to Boston on March 10, with Chicago scheduled to begin service on August 5 and Oslo on September 2.

Emirates operates an all-wide body fleet of modern aircraft, the average of which is just 77 months, making it one of the youngest fleets in the sky today. The airline continuously replaces older aircraft with newer ones and has frequently been the first to sign up for new developments in aviation design and technology.

On the Lusaka route the airline operates modern Airbus A340-300 aircraft with 256 seats: 12 luxurious sleeper seats in First Class, 42 deep-reclining seats in Business Class and 213 in Economy Class.

EK 713 departs Dubai every day at 0925hrs, arriving in Lusaka at 1435hrs. The service departs Lusaka at 1605hrs, arriving in Harare at 1710hrs. The return flight leaves Harare at 1850hrs, arriving Lusaka at 1955hrs. It departs Lusaka at 2140hrs and lands in Dubai at 0650hrs the next day.

Bookings can be made through the Emirates sales office at Acacia Park, next to Arcades on the Great East Road, online at www.emirates.com, or through any travel agent.

%d bloggers like this: