Emirates has announced exciting new offers
to make Vienna’s charms even more enticing to travellers. Since the start of
its services to the Austrian capital, passenger traffic between the two
cities has increased by an impressive 37 per cent. Emirates’ new offers are
designed to add momentum to this growth, as the airline believes that the
route has even greater potential for development.
Starting from 1st March, First class passengers to the Austrian capital can
choose between three free nights of hotel stay or a seven-day free car
rental; Business class passengers get two free nights or a four-day car
rental; and those in Economy class, one free night or a two-day car rental.
Keith Longstaff, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Europe said:
“Vienna, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is vibrant with
European art, culture and entertainment and is a magnet for tourists and
travellers. Emirates’ new offers and attention to detail ensures that
passengers can enjoy a hassle-free luxurious stay while having a grand time
in the city.”
All offers provide Superior single or twin-sharing rooms at the modern
Intercontinental Wien hotel, located a short walk from famous and truly
Viennese attractions such as the Hofburg Palace, the Opera House, the
Spanish Riding School, St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the historic bridges over
the quintessential Viennese river, the Danube.
Passengers opting for a free car rental can drive away in a mid-size
automobile with unlimited mileage, third party insurance, collision damage
and theft waiver, airport surcharges and VAT.
To ensure customers start their day right, the offers include a sumptuous
buffet breakfast. Valid from 1st March to 31st May, these offers also
include all taxes and service charges.
Having started services to Vienna last May, Emirates serves the city daily
with an Airbus A330-200 offering 12 seats in First Class, 42 in Business and
183 in Economy. The flight leaves Dubai at 09:10 and arrives in Vienna at
12:10. The return flight departs at 14:40 to arrive in Dubai at 23:05.