Emirates is offering Kenyan travellers discounted return fares starting at $360

Emirates has today announced its global special fares to encourage Kenyan travellers to reconnect with family and friends or explore new destinations in the new year.

The return fares in Economy Class fares start at 360 USD to Dubai, 610 USD to London, 880 USD to New York, 1060 USD to Maldives and 845 USD to Kuala Lumpur. In addition, Business Class passengers can as well enjoy the discounted offering of 1120 USD to Dubai, 2110 USD to London, 3030 USD to New York, 3390 USD to Maldives and 3600 USD to Kuala Lumpur.

With these attractive offers, jetsetters in Kenya can look forward to various deals to key destinations in Emirates’ global network with the special Business Class and Economy Class fares making up for lost time in 2021.

The fares are available until January 25th, 2021 and are valid for travel from January 11th, 2020 to 15th June 2021. Emirates customers can travel with peace of mind with the airline’s flexible booking options and multi-risk travel insurance including COVID-19 cover with every flight.

Emirates Skywards, the loyalty programme of Emirates and flydubai, is also making sure members get the best out of their travels with special Cash+Miles rates. Bookings made from 3 to 20 January 2021 for travel between 3 January and 15 June 2021 can enjoy a special conversion offer where 2,000 Skywards Miles is equivalent to USD 20 for Economy Class flights; and 2,000 Skywards Miles is equivalent to USD 40 for First and Business Class flights. With no minimum number of Miles needed to spend, Skywards members can pay for part of their ticket’s cost with as little as 1 Mile.  

Emirates delivers outstanding value through industry-leading service and products across every class of travel. Customers can explore over 4,500 channels of on-demand entertainment on the airline’s award-winning inflight system, ice; as well as regionally inspired multi-course meals and complimentary beverages in every class.

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