Travellers from Kenya now have the opportunity to visit and explore Dubai, with very special offers on
Emirates in Economy Class and Business Class including a free third piece of luggage.
Under the summer offer, an Economy Class ticket from Nairobi to Dubai costs US$399 and Business Class US$1,089, both fares include a 3-piece luggage allowance of up to 23kg for Economy Class and up to 32kg for Business Class, for a limited time only. Tickets must be booked between May 21, 2018
and June 7, 2018, while travel must take place between May 21, 2018 and December 10, 2018. The cost of the ticket includes airport taxes.
Dubai provides a great escape for visitors. Its year-round sunshine, excellent shopping and restaurants, stunning beaches and iconic buildings offers something for the whole family. Visitors to Dubai can enjoy some of the city’s must-see places such as theme parks IMG World of Adventures and Wild Wadi Waterpark.
“We hope that these special fares will encourage travellers to visit and experience the best that Dubai has to offer. The city offers everything a visitor could want, from shopping at some of the largest malls in the
region to dining options which will spoil anyone for choice, a trip to Dubai is a must for families, friends and individuals,” said Hendrik du Preez, Emirates Country Manager for Kenya.
On all Emirates’ flights, customers can look forward to hours of entertainment on the award-winning inflight entertainment system; *ice* Digital Widescreen, which offers over 3,000 channels of on demand audio and visual entertainment. These include the latest movies, music, audio books and games, as well as family friendly products and services for children, including complimentary toys, kids’ meals and movies, priority boarding for families and the use of free strollers at Dubai International Airport.
In addition to the on-board comforts and products, customers will experience Emirates’ multinational cabin crew, while enjoying a chef prepared regional and international cuisine, using the freshest
ingredients, accompanied by a wide range of complimentary wines and beverages.
Emirates flies three times a day from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Dubai.