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The offer dubbed 'Hello Dubai' will run until August 4 and covers a round trip economy fare from Nairobi to Dubai and three night's accommodation on bed and breakfast basis/FILE

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Emirates in special offer to Dubai

The offer dubbed 'Hello Dubai' will run until August 4 and covers a round trip economy fare from Nairobi to Dubai and three night's accommodation on bed and breakfast basis/FILE

The offer dubbed ‘Hello Dubai’ will run until August 4 and covers a round trip economy fare from Nairobi to Dubai and three night’s accommodation on bed and breakfast basis/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 3 – Emirates airline has announced a special package to Dubai starting at Sh51,000 per person ahead of summer breaks.

The offer dubbed ‘Hello Dubai’ will run until August 4 and covers a round trip economy fare from Nairobi to Dubai and three night’s accommodation on bed and breakfast basis.

“Dubai has been a favourite destination for Kenyan holiday-makers as well as business travellers over the years,” Emirates Vice President for East Africa Khalid Bel Jaflah said.

“The present offer is an opportunity for our valued Kenyan clients to experience Dubai at a very competitive rate whilst enjoying Emirates’ award winning product and service.”

With flights on Emirates, packages are tailored to include a full range of hotels in the city, in the desert or on the beach and also include other services such as meet-and-assist in Dubai, hotel airport transfers, buffet breakfast, taxes and service charges, amongst others.

“Our ‘Hello Dubai’ campaign has been designed to allow our customers to explore this multi-faceted tourist destination which has something to offer every type of traveller, without breaking their wallets,” Jaflah explained.

“From iconic hotels such the Burj Al Arab and Armani Hotel to a wide range of three star and four star hotel packages, visitors to Dubai can avail of a variety of attractive holiday offers.”

Currently, Emirates operates 14 weekly flights from Nairobi to Dubai.

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