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Emirates offers special fares from Bangladesh

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 8 September, 2021 12:00 AM
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Emirates offers special fares from Bangladesh

Emirates is offering special fares from Bangladesh to popular destinations in America and Europe to inspire travellers to reconnect with their family and friends.

Bookings have to be made from  September 6 until September 19 in 2021 for travel from  September 9 in 2021 until March 31 in 2022.

Flights can be booked through Emirates local offices in Dhaka, Chattogram and Sylhet or travel agents or visiting, said a press release.

All-inclusive economy class return fares from Bangladesh start at Tk 67,400.00 to Washington DC and New York JFK, Tk 71,781.00 to Los Angeles, Tk 62,092.00 to London Heathrow and Tk 86,104.00 to Toronto.

While, business class return fares start at Tk 252,750.00 to Washington DC, Tk 193,775.00 to New York JFK, Tk 252,750.00 to Los Angeles, Tk 195,039.00 to London Heathrow and Tk 252,750.00 to Toronto.

Besides, Emirates customers now can avail airline’s flexible booking options and multi-risk travel insurance including Covid-19 cover with every flight.

Emirates offers the airline industry’s first, multi-risk travel insurance and Covid-19 cover to its customers.

This cover is offered by Emirates on all tickets purchased on or from  December 1 in 2020, at no cost to customers.

The airline has implemented a comprehensive set of measures at every step of the customer journey to ensure the safety of its customers and employees on the ground and in the air, including the distribution of complimentary hygiene kits.

Customers on Emirates flights can explore over 4,500 channels of on-demand entertainment, including few dedicated channels for popular Bangladesh movies on the airline’s inflight system, ice, as well as regionally inspired multi-course meals and complimentary beverages in every class.

Emirates presently operates three flights a day from Dhaka with wide body Boeing 777 and from Dubai offers convenient connections to over 120 cities across six continents.