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Emirates Offers Special Fares to Dubai with Complimentary Day Pass

Emirates Offers Special Fares to Dubai with Complimentary Day Pass

Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, has launched special fares to Dubai for Cypriot travelers. Each ticket will also include a complimentary day pass to Atlantis Aquaventure & The Lost Chambers aquarium– one of Dubai’s most popular touristic attractions.

Atlantis Aquaventure is more than just a water park with its record-breaking water slides over 17 hectares of fun. Located at Atlantis the Palm, it’s a true attraction with its 1.2 kilometers of pristine beach and a stunning view of Dubai skyline. Charismatic dolphins and friendly sea lions residing at Dolphin Bay are a perfect attraction for the whole family to create unforgettable memories. The Lost Chambers is the UAE’s largest aquarium and home to over 65,000 marine animals including black tip reef sharks, hundreds of rays from the Arabian Sea and beyond as well as colourful fish and jellyfish.

Emirates customers across all classes can redeem this offer by buying their flights to Dubai on until 27 October 2019, for travel between 1 November 2019 and until the end of February 2020. Economy Class passengers can enjoy special fares starting at €506 and Business Class passengers can enjoy special fares starting at €2,518. To avail the offer, once customers have purchased the tickets within campaign duration, they will get an email from Emirates with unique access code to redeem a day pass ticket to Atlantis Aquaventure. The offer is only valid for customers traveling from Larnaca to Dubai and it is not extended to passengers transiting through Dubai. The complimentary Atlantis Aquaventure & The Lost Chambers ticket can be used daily with the waterpark being open until sunset and The Lost Chambers until 10 pm.

Cypriot travellers to Dubai can also enjoy the vibrant city’s many attractions, including world-class shopping, iconic buildings, city’s famous beaches, a diverse and multicultural dining scene, desert adventures and the world’s largest indoor ski slope. One of the most visited destinations in the world has something for everyone.

Fly better with Emirates by enjoying an award winning and comfortable travel experience across all cabins. All customers across cabin classes have access to over 4,500 channels of audio and visual entertainment on Emirates’ ice system, from the latest 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 Cyprus. Emirates also offers a generous baggage allowance of up to 35Kg in Economy Class, 40Kg in Business Class and 50Kg in First Class.                                                                     

Emirates’ award-winning frequent flyer programme Skywards enables the members to earn and spend Skywards Miles when they fly on Emirates, flydubai or partner airlines, or when they use the programme’s designated hotels, car rentals, financial, leisure and lifestyle partners like Dubai Mall and Dubai Duty Free.

For more information on Emirates, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, visit, travel agent or your local Emirates Sales Office.


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