Emirates limited offer to include UAE visa

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South Africa - Emirates Airline, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, will offer extra convenience to South African travelers through providing a UAE- entry visa with each ticket when booked between the 13th through the 17th of August on all classes for travel from the 6th of September to 5th October, 2012.

The offer is available for all Emirates cabin classes – First Class, Business Class and Economy Class – to enable easy passage into Dubai from any one of Emirates’ three gateways in South Africa – Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

“This offer provides our valued customers easy and hassle free access to Dubai and its many attractions,” said Fouad Caunhye – Regional Manager Southern Africa for Emirates Airline. “Dubai is not only considered a business hub but also a tourist destination with its many charms and state of the art facilities that we believe South Africans will most definitely enjoy.”

Housing some of the most prestigious shopping malls, department stores and tourist attractions in the world, Dubai has cemented its status as a shoppers and tourist paradise. Along with the rest of the UAE, Dubai has also established itself as a global business hub attracting corporate travelers from across South Africa, Africa and the rest of the world. Travelling to Dubai will now be a lot easier for South African merchants, business people and leisure travelers visiting the region in the months of September and October.

More information can be obtained by visiting the Emirates website at www.emirates.com/za or by contacting the Emirates Call Centre on 086 136 4728 or at all leading travel agents.

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