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Emirates launches Special Packages for 2007 Dubai Rugby Sevens

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 27 September 2007

Rugby fans from around the world have an added incentive to enjoy the 2007 Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens, the opening round of the IRB Sevens World Series, thanks to some special packages being offered by Emirates Airline.

The exclusive package, open to all Emirates passengers flying into Dubai, includes a season ticket to all matches during the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens from 29th November to the 1st December; a three-night stay in Dubai city; meet and assist on arrival at Dubai International Airport and an Arabian Adventures welcome pack.

Defending Champions South Africa and two-time winners England will head an impressive line-up of the world's best Sevens nations at this year's Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens.

Also in the mix will be 2006/2007 IRB Sevens World Series champions New Zealand and the flying Fijians who impressed throughout last season to make four finals appearances. Adding extra spice to the tournament will be the return of the USA who will compete in the Dubai Rugby Sevens for the first time in almost a decade.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Emirates' Executive Vice President, Commercial Operations Worldwide, said,: "This special offer is a great way for rugby fans to take up the opportunity to come to Dubai and be part of this great sporting event. Over 70,000 people enjoyed the tournament last year and with over 160 teams entered this year it is definitely a sporting spectacular not to be missed."

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