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Emirates offers free tourists visa to UAE

Each visa is valid for one month and is not renewable/FILE

Each visa is valid for one month and is not renewable/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 11 – Emirates is offering Kenyan customers a free UAE visa when booking a ticket to Dubai.

The offer, which is valid from November 10 until November 20, 2014 and for travel between November 10 and December 10, 2014, is available across First Class, Business Class and Economy Class.

Commenting on the offer, Emirates Country Manager for Kenya Anita Kongson said: “As Emirates, we always aim to offer our customers value for money. With this offer, customers who book with us for travel to Dubai from Nairobi within the specified period, will get a free UAE visa and save on that cost. In addition, they will experience Emirates famous and award-winning products and services on route to visit one of the world’s most iconic cities.”

Dubai, known as a city of contrasts – from futuristic architecture to vibrant traditional culture and diversity, it’s a place that offers an exciting and diverse travel experience.

“From views from the world’s tallest tower, beaches, desert landscapes and shopping at some of the largest malls in the region, including Dubai Mall, to the world’s largest. There is also an array of dining options which will spoil anyone for choice. Accommodation ranges from iconic hotels such the Burj Al Arab and Armani Hotel to a wide range of three star and four star hotels to suit all budgets,” said Kongson.

Each visa is valid for one month and is not renewable.

Each return ticket to Dubai booked through Emirates is eligible for the free visa. Customers can purchase the ticket and apply for the tourist visa at their travel agents or by visiting Emirates ticketing counters located in the in Kenya.

Emirates operates double daily flights between Nairobi and Dubai and onward to more than 140 destinations in 81 countries across six continents, and it’s the world’s largest operator of Boeing 777 and A380 aircraft.

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