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Emirates introduces Dubai Visa Application service in Dhaka

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Making travel even more efficient, Emirates has launched a new service for customers in Bangladesh, giving them the option of applying for short stay visas to Dubai at the airline's ticket counters.
Emirates' Bangladeshi passengers now can easily submit their visa applications for short stay visas at Emirates' ticket counter in Dhaka. The new visa application service is valid until August 31st for submission while the travel period is until December 10, this year, said a press release.
Emirates' new visa service is complimented by a special offer for Bangladeshi passengers traveling to Dubai during the same time period. All-inclusive return fares to Dubai for Economy class tickets start from $708 while for Business class from $2523.  To avail the offer, passengers need to purchase their return ticket in Bangladesh and complete their visa application at Emirates' office in Dhaka.
"Whether for leisure or business, Dubai has always been a preferred destination for Bangladeshi travelers. We are happy to provide such a unique, exiting offer which demonstrates Emirates' commitment to the country," said Khalid J. Hassan, Emirates Area Manager for Bangladesh. "We are happy to offer our customers a one-stop ticketing and visa service from Emirates counter, giving them an opportunity to explore our home city and enjoy the journey on Emirates with our industry-leading comforts and award-winning service on board."
To avail the visa application service at Emirates' counters, passengers must submit accurate and complete visa applications along with mandatory required personal documents such as passport copies, photos and letters of introduction. Applications must be submitted no less than 5 UAE working days before departure.

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