Fly Emirates to Sao Paulo and Stay at the Hilton for Free

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 29 October 2007

To celebrate the launch of its new non-stop service to Brazil, Emirates is offering its passengers a complimentary stay of up to three nights at the five-star Hilton Morumbi Hotel in Sao Paulo.

Passengers who fly first class to Sao Paulo will be eligible for a three night complimentary stay at the Hilton Morumbi Hotel, with business class passengers being given a two night stay and a complimentary stay of one night for all economy class passengers.

Emirates made history on 1st October when EK261 took off from Dubai International Airport en-route to Sao Paulo, Brazil; representing the first ever non-stop flight between the Middle East and South America.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Emirates' Executive Vice President, Commercial Operations Worldwide, said: "Sao Paulo is a very exciting destination for Emirates as it represents our first gateway in South America. With our non-stop service from Dubai we are now able to offer our passengers a convenient connection to Brazil."

Passengers on the Dubai - Sao Paulo flight can experience eight luxurious private suites in First Class, 42 of its latest lie-flat seats in Business, and generous space for 216 passengers in Economy. 

The aircraft is fitted with the ice Digital Widescreen - Emirates' next generation inflight entertainment system, offering over 1,000 channels of movies, TV and game entertainment on demand.

The promotional offer, which runs from 1st November 2007 until the 31st January 2008, is subject to terms and conditions.

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