Special Offers

Ramadan sale on Emirates

As Ramadan is about sharing with friends and family, Emirates is offering special fares on Business Class and Economy Class to select destinations across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and the Far East.  Rates start from as low as AED 1,075.

Fly to London from AED 2,405, Istanbul from AED 1,725, Damascus from AED 1,085 and much more.

Book and purchase your flights to any of the destinations given on the Emirates Airlines website before 20th August for travel between 21st July and 30th September 2011.

Blackout period: from 25th August to 1st September 2011.

For all offers please check the Emiraes website.

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Guinness Brewery and Storehouse

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Dublin, Ireland

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Artist District

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Munich, Germany

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Apartheid Museum

Apartheid Museum

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