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Emirates Announces Earlybird Fares from Dublin

Emirates have announced its Earlybird fares for travel from Dublin to a range of worldwide destinations to celebrate the launch of services on 9th January 2012. 
Earlybird Economy Class return fares include Dublin – Dubai from €505; Durban from €689; Perth from €905; Mumbai from €445 and Kochi starting from €499. All prices are inclusive of tax.  Dublin is the airline’s 29th route in Europe and will be the 119th Emirates’ destination globally. 
With daily flights from Dublin to Dubai commencing in January, Emirates customers will enjoy easy onward connections to cities including Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Singapore, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. 
Laurie Berryman, Vice President UK & Ireland said “We know from our customers that convenient connections with the one airline are of paramount importance when it comes to long-haul travel.  Our new direct route from Dublin to Dubai opens the doors to an extensive network of destinations.”  
“We believe that Emirates will bring value and further competition to the Irish market, along with outstanding inflight service that has become synonymous with the Emirates’ brand name.  Having just been awarded the accolade of Favourite Long-Haul Airline at the UK Telegraph Travel Awards, we are looking forward to delivering the best quality and service for all of our passengers in Ireland.”
Using an A330-200 in a three-class configuration (Economy Class, Business Class and First Class), the daily Dublin – Dubai flight will leave Dublin at 12.55hrs, arriving in Dubai at 00.25hrs the next day.  The return flight leaves Dubai at 07.00hrs and arrives in Ireland at 11.30hrs.
Emirates’ generous baggage policy allows Economy Class customers to check in 30kg, Business Class travellers 40kg and First Class customers can travel with 50kg of checked baggage. Customers can also enjoy complimentary advanced seat selection.  
Complimentary chauffeur-drive to and from the airport will be available to First and Business Class passengers, while all cabin classes will benefit from gourmet-chef prepared meals, served by the airline’s highly trained and multi-national crew.  
Emirates’ expanding network will soon include Baghdad (13th November), Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires (January 2012) and Harare and Lusaka (February 2012). 
Passengers travelling with Emirates from Dublin will also have the opportunity to connect onto the airline’s flagship A380 aircraft in Dubai to destinations such as Johannesburg, Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong and Sydney.


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