Emirates reveals huge Dubai flight sale for Eid holiday

Ticket prices have been slashed for destinations around the globe

Emirates reveals huge Dubai flight sale for Eid holiday

Emirates has revealed a huge sale on flights from the UAE to destinations around the world including London, Paris and Tokyo.

UAE travellers can pick up reduced fares to cities across the globe in econonmy or business class.

Bookings need to be made by Thursday May 30 for travel until Saturday February 29 next year.

As part of the deal, return flights to London start from Dhs2,445 while tickets to Tokyo can be purchased for as little as Dhs3,995.

Or passengers can head to Bangkok from Dhs1,995 or Los Angeles from Dhs4,895.

Meanwhile, tickets to Brisbane in Australia are available from Dhs5,995, while Kuwait flights start from Dhs795.

It comes after Emirates announced that all passengers can save a tidy sum across the UAE this summer – with up to 50 percent off in hundreds restaurants, spas and attractions.

The My Emirates Pass is back and available to use at more than 500 leisure and retail outlets in the UAE.

Anyone catching a flight with the airline can use the boarding pass as a membership card at any participating outlets – simply present it with some ID and you’re in the money.

Huge offers include half-price La Perle by Dragone (tickets, half-price pool and beach passes at Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort, 30 percent off helicopter tours, 40 percent off Wild Wadi Waterpark and countless discounts off the bill at restaurant and bars.

London
Economy: from Dhs2,445
Business: from Dhs12,645

Bangkok
Economy: from Dhs1,995
Business: from Dhs10,495

Paris
Economy: from Dhs2,995
Business: from Dhs15,995

Tokyo
Economy: from Dhs3,995
Business: from Dhs14,495

Istanbul
Economy: from Dhs2,395
Business: from Dhs12,495

Casablanca
Economy: from Dhs2,145
Business: from Dhs13,495

Los Angeles
Economy: from Dhs4,895
Business: from Dhs22,995

Kuwait
Economy: from Dhs795
Business: from Dhs3,595

Jeddah
Economy: from Dhs1,225
Business: from Dhs4,995
Brisbane
Economy: from Dhs5,995
Business: from Dhs18,995

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