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Emirates encourages home coming from across its network

Emirates encourages home coming from across its network

Dutch, Czechs and Spanish living abroad who are being pestered to return home for a visit are being presented with the perfect opportunity to silence their critics.

With new European routes unfolding in Amsterdam, Prague and Madrid, Emirates airline is offering its First and Business Class passengers a complimentary stay in Dubai to break their journeys home.

First Class passengers are being given two free nights at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel in Dubai, while Business Class travellers are being offered a one night complimentary stay.

The offer applies to return journeys taken by passengers travelling exclusively with Emirates between 1st May - 30th June for Amsterdam, 1st July - 31st August for Prague, and 1st August -30th September for Madrid.

The promotion can be used on the inbound or outbound leg of trips starting or ending in Amsterdam, Prague or Madrid. Full details can be obtained from local Emirates’ offices or via


Salem Obaidalla, Emirates’ Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations, Europe & Russian Federation, said: “This offer provides the perfect opportunity for those who originally come from one of our new destinations in Europe to return home to see family and friends. Taking Prague as an example, which launches in July, our premium passengers can make a return trip to the Czech capital from anywhere on the Emirates network via Dubai, or do the same in the opposite direction.”

The airline’s new European services for 2010 start with Amsterdam on 1st May, followed by Prague on 1st July and Madrid, as of 1st August.

In June, Emirates will be bringing the world together on a much bigger scale as an Official Partner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.