Emirates celebrates UAE National Day with mega flight deals

Explore Dubai’s flagship airline’s new destination Mexico City and plenty more

Emirates celebrates UAE National Day with mega flight deals

If you’re still scratching your head about what to do for the upcoming long weekend for UAE National Day 2019, Emirates has a few deals that may help you make up your mind.

To mark the occasion, Dubai’s flagship airline has revealed a list of getaway flight deals to top destinations, including from Bangkok and Cairo to its recently added location, Mexico City.

The offer lasts until Saturday December 7 for travel until October 31, 2020. Just in case you’re staying in Dubai for all the celebrations.

As for those who are, Emirates will also be celebrating by giving customers across all cabins specially-made chocolates on Monday December 2 and Tuesday.

That’s not all, as travellers can also book with Emirates Holidays a five-night hotel stay in Mexico City starting from Dhs4,499 per person.

Check out a list of highlights below and start planning that getaway.

  • Moscow - From Dhs2,015
  • Jeddah - From Dhs1,295
  • Bangkok - From Dhs2,455
  • London Stansted - From Dhs2,245
  • Cairo - From Dhs1,415
  • Munich - From Dhs2,595
  • Mexico - From Dhs3,995
  • Seychelle - From Dhs2,945
  • Cape Town - From Dhs3,395
  • Sydney - From Dhs5,005

If you are making a quick escape abroad, Emirates advises travellers to arrive three hours early for UAE National Day weekend flights.

For more things to do throughout the long weekend, click here.
Visit www.emirates.com.

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