Emirates Announces Special Economy Class Offers

14th March 2017

Emirates is launching special Economy Class fares to travellers from Malta on flights to 32 destinations, across the Middle East, Far East, Southeast Asia, Africa and Australia. 

Emirates is launching special Economy Class fares to travellers from Malta on flights to 32 destinations, across the Middle East, Far East, Southeast Asia, Africa and Australia. 

All inclusive Economy Class fares start at €228 to Larnaca (Cyprus), €694 to Dubai, €721 to Shanghai, €865 to Hong Kong, €851 to Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), €940 to Manila, €772 to Bangkok, €764 to Singapore, €836 to Maldives, €805 to Seoul, €853 to Tokyo, and €1347 to Sydney.

Tickets can be purchased between 14th and 31st March 2017 and valid for departures from 14th March to 15th July and 16th August to 15th December 2017.  

The promotional fares also include Accra, Auckland, Beijing, Cape Town, Christchurch, Colombo, Delhi, Denpasar (Bali), Doha, Hanoi, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Kuala Lampur, Kuwait, Mauritius, Melbourne, Mumbai, Muscat, Phnom Penh (Cambodia), and Taipei. A supplement of €20 will apply for departures on Friday and Saturday. Blackout periods, seasonality and other terms and conditions apply.  The list of featured destinations and fares can be viewed on www.emirates.com/mt

Operating a daily scheduled flight between Malta and Dubai, via Larnaca, Cyprus, on a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, travellers can look forward to award-winning service and hospitality from the airline’s multi-national cabin crew, while enjoying gourmet meals and beverages. Emirates also offers over 2500 channels of on demand audio and visual entertainment on its award-winning ICE system, from the latest movies, music and games.

Tickets can be booked online: www.emirates.com/mt; from respective travel agents or from Emirates Sales Office at MIA Departures Lounge on 2557 7255.


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