TRAVEL & TOURISM
Emirates Offers Special fares in 3-Day Sale
The offers applies to round-trip travel to select destinations out of Zambia
Emirates has announced a flash sale which will offer Zambian travellers up to 10% discount on fares to selected destinations.
Valid for tickets booked and purchased through Emirates website www.emirates.com, the promotion is available for booking between 13 and 15 May 2013, with travel to be taken between 13 May and 30 November 2013– blackout periods apply.
The special offer is valid for round-trip travel and applies to Economy Class fares from Lusaka to Dubai, Harare, London Heathrow, and New York.
“This is a great three day offer which presents travellers the opportunity to experience and fly Emirates to these fantastic destinations like Dubai which is quite popular destination with Zambian business and leisure travellers. Whether customers are travelling on business or for leisure, this offer will enable them to experience Emirates’ world-class service for even a better value.” said Khalid Hasan, Emirates Country Manager for Zambia.
Customers will be able to experience the airline’s award-winning ice in-flight entertainment system with a choice of over 1,400 channels on-demand as well as meals prepared by gourmet chefs. Emirates is also known for its award-winning service from its international cabin crew recruited from over 130 nationalities, speaking over 55 languages.
Emirates operates daily flights between Dubai, Lusaka and Harare, and onward to more than 130 destinations.
EK 713 departs Dubai every day at 0925hrs, arriving in Lusaka at 1425hrs. The service departs Lusaka at 1610hrs, arriving in Harare at 1710hrs. The return flight EK 714 leaves Harare at 1850hrs, arriving Lusaka at 1950hrs. It departs Lusaka at 2125hrs and lands in Dubai at 0640hrs the next day.
For more information on the offers, conditions and bookings customers can log onto http://www.emirates.com/zm
Emirates airline has received more than 500 international awards for excellence. Emirates flies to 133 destinations in 77 countries using nearly 200 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft, and has orders for an additional 198 aircraft worth more than USD$71 billion.