Emirates is offering a festive travel deal for Kenyan passengers, a special roundtrip to Dubai for Business class and Economy class.
The deal is available for passengers who book their flights from between 2 November and 22 November 2020.
Return fares will start from $430 (Kshs 46,805) on Economy class and $1,360 (Kshs 148,036) on Business class.
Notably, passengers will also enjoy an allowance of an extra 3rd piece of baggage on condition that travel occurs before 31 January 2021.
The move is meant to ensure travelers make the most of their trips to Dubai, with the extra baggage allowance meaning they can pack and shop with no worries.
The airline operates daily flights from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on its Boeing 777-300ER.
Importantly, the Emirates will also be providing free, global Covid-19 cover for its passengers.
“Emirates has committed to cover COVID-19 related medical expenses, free of cost, should they be diagnosed with COVID-19 during their travel while they are away from home.
“This cover is immediately effective for customers flying on Emirates until 31 December 2020 and is valid for 31 days from the moment they fly the first sector of their journey. This means Emirates customers can continue to benefit from the added assurance of this cover, even if they travel onwards to another city after arriving at their Emirates destination,” the company had noted in a statement shared with newsrooms.
The airline has also implemented a raft of precautionary measures to keep passengers and staff safe amidst the global pandemic.
Notably, Emirates has been distributing complementary hygiene kits with masks, gloves, hand sanitiser and antibacterial wipes to all its customers.
Dubai is a popular destination with Kenyan travelers, and remains a dream getaway for many more.
In 2019, Dubai received 16.7 million visitors cementing its position among the most preferred global destinations.
Ultra-modern planning, stunning architecture, beaches, warm weather, world-class hospitality and leisure facilities continue to attract visitors to the city.