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Emirates announces massive discounts in air travel fares from Pakistan

Emirates has announced special fares across its global route network to inspire and encourage Pakistani travelers to explore new destinations and revisit their favorite cities.

The special fares are available for booking till 18 November 2019, for travel between 12 November 2019 and 30 September 2020. Passengers can enjoy competitive fares to destinations across the Emirates network of over 150 cities, including Dubai.

Economy Class passengers can enjoy return fares starting from:

USD 1,002 for New York,

USD 936 for Boston,

USD 1,167 for Toronto,

USD 807 for London Heathrow,

USD 658 for Frankfurt,

USD 665 for Johannesburg,

USD 462 for Kuala Lumpur

USD 1,000 for Sydney

Business Class return fares start at:

USD 2,787 for New York,

USD 2,787 for Boston,

USD 3,641 for Toronto,

USD 2,856 for London Heathrow,

USD 2,347 for Frankfurt,

USD 2,230 for Johannesburg,

USD 1,607 for Kuala Lumpur

USD 2,939 for Sydney

Emirates has also announced special all-inclusive First Class fares to these and more destinations, offering travelers from Pakistan.

“These special fares represent savings of 15 percent for First Class, and 10 percent on Business and Economy Class fares,” said Mohammad Sarhan, Emirates’ Vice President Pakistan.

This is a great opportunity for Pakistani travelers to ‘Fly Better’ with the world’s leading airline and to experience true value for money.

Members of Emirates Skywards, the airline’s award-winning loyalty program, can pay for their bookings using a combination of cash and Skywards Miles, further reducing the payout towards the cost of their tickets.

Passengers in all cabin classes can enjoy world-class service from Emirates’ multicultural cabin crew, meals prepared by gourmet chefs, and up to 4,500 channels of movies, TV programs, music and podcasts, including channels in Urdu on the airline’s award-winning ice entertainment system.

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