Get started if you haven’t booked your summer vacation yet…
Emirates is urging customers who have not planned their holidays or made travel arrangements to “get ahead and book now to ensure they are able to travel on the dates and flights of their choice”.
It comes after a media alert predicting that this summer will be “its busiest period yet, with over 550,000 customers expected to leave the UAE between June and July”.
As daily booking volumes accelerate ahead of summer vacation, the airline said it continues to add flights and frequencies where possible as it ramps up its schedule. summer, and that it will operate close to 80% of its pre-pandemic capacity.
Top destinations this summer
This year, travelers from the United Arab Emirates will travel to Emirates’ six UK destinations, as well as Cairo, Amman, Emirates’ nine Indian points, Manila and Beirut to visit their family and their friends. Meanwhile, leisure travel traffic from the UAE will also hit an all-time high with dozens of travelers heading to Bangkok, Istanbul, Vienna, Zurich, Nice, Phuket, Singapore, Oslo, Kuala Lumpur, Brisbane and the west coast of the United States for an extended summer vacation as more countries continue to open up to tourism and drop entry restrictions.
The beginnings of the premium economy
From August 1, customers flying from Dubai to London, Paris and Sydney will be able to enjoy the airline’s full Premium Economy experience, with dedicated DXB check-in areas, luxurious seats offering unparalleled comfort with a step ranging up to 40 inches, soft and durable blankets and amenity kits, elevated onboard gastronomy and a premium beverage selection.
For more information or to book flights, visit emirates.com
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