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Emirates announces attractive fares for travel from BD

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Business Desk :
Emirates announces special limited time offers from Bangladesh for travel to 157 destinations across its global network. The special fares will be applicable for booking between 8 and 21 January for travel between January 21 and November 30, 2019, said a press release.
All inclusive return fare in Economy class travel for Dubai starts from BDT. 50,502 for London and New York    from BDT. 80,371, for Rome from BDT. 68,972. For business class travel all inclusive fare for Dubai starts from BDT. 193,856, for New York  from BDT. 362,752, for London  from BDT. 287,373 and for Rome  from BDT. 230,797.
Emirates with its 'Fly Better' slogan offers award winning and comfortable travel experience across all cabins. All customers across cabin classes have access to approx 4,000 channels of audio and visual entertainment on Emirates' ice system, from the latest movies, including Bangladeshi movies to TV shows, music and games. As part of the Emirates experience, customers also enjoy complimentary beverages and regionally inspired meals, as well as the famed hospitality of the airline's multi-cultural cabin crew, including crew from Bangladesh. Emirates also offers a generous baggage allowance of up to 35Kg in Economy Class, 40Kg in Business Class and 50Kg in First Class.
Emirates passengers booked on an Economy Class roundtrip ticket to Dubai can enjoy additional baggage allowance on their return journey during the Dubai Shopping Festival 2019 - a highly anticipated five week( from December 26 2018 to February 2, 2019) festival offering extraordinary discounts and rewards in various shopping outlets. The offer is applicable to bookings made   until February 2, 2019, for travel by February 4, 2019.Customers travelling back from Dubai to Emirates destinations within Canada, North America, Central America, South America or Africa can enjoy one extra piece of baggage. Those travelling to other destinations within the Emirates network can also take advantage of an additional 10kgs of excess baggage.

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