Emirates Airline recently came under the limelight as it announced its year-end discounted deals for Pakistani travelers. The news has ignited excitement among the customers as it provides the opportunity to save up to 40% on a wide range of tickets across the continents.
It is worth noting that the discounted deals are valid for several destinations which comes under the airline’s network in North America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Also, those are interested in availing the opportunity should book flight to their desired destination between now and December 10, 2016 in order to travel in between December 05, 2016 and June 29, 2017.
“As the end of the year approaches, our customers in Pakistan look to plan their winter breaks and Emirates wanted to give them the chance to enjoy our world class flight services at even better value for money,” said Mr. Jabr Al-Azeeby, Vice President Emirates Pakistan.
Moreover, the fares of Economy Class to Europe starts at PKR 48,160, PKR 73,850 to North America, PKR 24,620 to the Middle East, PKR 51,760 to Africa and PKR 44,450 to the Far East. In addition, fares of Business Class starts at PKR 170,200 to Europe, PKR 242,650 to North America, PKR 76,800 to the Middle East, PKR 98,950 to the Far East and PKR 162,620 to Africa.
“Our global destination network across six continents offers something for every traveler, and we are now combining that wide range of travel choices with special rates to offer would-be travelers with an even more appealing value proposition. Aside from choice, connectivity, and value, the Emirates experience also means Pakistani customers can look forward to industry-leading comforts on board our modern jets, and award-winning service from our friendly cabin crew.”
Many experts believe that the recent move of the airline is part of its bigger plan to create traction among the Pakistani customers to use its services. Also, the airline offer its Pakistani customer a wide range of network of destinations to choose from with the total count of 154 destinations in 83 countries across the globe.