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Free Room Nights in Dubai for Emirates' First and Business Class Passengers

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 Emirates Airline is offering First and Business Class passengers flying to or via Dubai special super value packages from 1st July to 31st August.

Under the promotion First Class Passengers receive two nights at The Palace - The Old Town or The Harbour Hotel and Residence. Business Class passengers receive one night’s stay at Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel or The Harbour Hotel and Residence. In addition, passengers will receive US$100 credit per person at the hotel to be used towards food and beverage and/or spa facilities and a 96-hour visa.

The offer is valid from 1st July 2008 to 31st August 2008 and is applicable to all Emirates adult fare paying passengers travelling to or via Dubai exclusively on flights operated by Emirates. Passengers who travel Business Class on routes that do not offer First Class but travel beyond Dubai on First Class are entitled to the First Class offer.

Travel must originate outside the UAE and turnaround passengers or those travelling on frequent flyer redemption tickets cannot apply. Accommodation has to be pre-booked and need not be used immediately on arrival in Dubai.

Speaking on the launch of the offer, Nabil Sultan, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Operations Gulf, Middle East and Iran, said, “This is a great opportunity for business and leisure travellers alike. We are offering our customers a hassle-free holiday as they do not have to worry about booking accommodation. Emirates is always looking for ways to reward our customers, and this offer fits perfectly into our objective of being number one in client satisfaction.”

The details of this offer are subject to change and terms and conditions apply. The offer may not be available in some countries as restrictions apply.

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