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This offer is open to both Economy Class and Business Class travellers and runs from October 7 to 18 for stays up to a month/FILE

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Kenyan travellers get special offer on Emirates

This offer is open to both Economy Class and Business Class travellers and runs from October 7 to 18 for stays up to a month/FILE

This offer is open to both Economy Class and Business Class travellers and runs from October 7 to 18 for stays up to a month/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 7 – Emirates is offering travellers in Kenya the chance to visit some of the world’s most popular destinations at reduced fares for a limited period.

This offer is open to both Economy Class and Business Class travellers and runs from October 7 to 18 for stays up to a month. The reduced fares are valid for travel up to April 10, 2014.

Travellers can take advantage of this special offer to select destinations on certain Emirates flights, with Economy Class fares starting from $696 for a return ticket to Dubai from Nairobi.

Other destinations included in this limited-time offer for return tickets are: Mumbai for $675, New Delhi for $1,146, New York for $1,252, Bangkok for $954, Guangzhou for $1,187, Amsterdam for $921, and Ahmedabad for $662.

Business class fares start from $1,868 for return ticket to Mumbai. Other business class destinations included in this offer are New Delhi for $2,634 and Bangkok for $2,591.

Fares are inclusive of fuel surcharge.

The offer has some restrictions on specific routes and is not valid for travel during the Canton Fair (12-31 October), Christmas period (05-23 December), New Year (01-12 January 2014), and the Chinese New Year (08-15 February 2014).

This promotional offer gives travellers the opportunity to experience Emirates award-winning service from its international cabin crew from more than 120 countries, gourmet cuisine and its renowned ice in-flight entertainment system, which offers passengers hundreds of audio and visual channels on demand.

Customers travelling with Emirates benefit from a generous baggage allowance of 30kg in Economy Class and 40kg in Business Class.

Emirates operates double daily flights between Nairobi and Dubai and onward to more than 130 destinations.

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EK 719 departs Dubai International Airport every day at 1045hrs and arrives at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) at 1445hrs. The return flight, EK720, leaves JKIA at 1640hrs and lands in Dubai at 1040hrs.

Second flight EK 721 departs Dubai International Airport every day at 1505hrs and arrives at JKIA at 1905hrs. The return flight, EK722, leaves JKIA at 2250hrs and lands in Dubai at 0450hrs.

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