Explore Europes Off the Beaten Track with Emirates special fares from Bangkok

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Monday July 2, 2018 11:33
Bangkok--2 Jul--Spark Communications
Say 'hello' to adventure with Emirates' special fares and discover some of Europe's hidden gems for unique travel experiences.

Emirates customers who make bookings from today until July 23, 2018 can explore the delights of Eastern and Northern Europe with special fares from Bangkok to destinations such as Moscow, Prague, Dubrovnik and Helsinki, starting from just 23,315 baht for Economy Class and 83,245 baht for Business Class. Fares are valid for outbound travel until 31 March 2019.

Below are the featured European destinations and the starting fare prices.
Destination   Economy Class Fares starting from   Business Class
Fares starting from
Moscow       23, 315 baht                       100,780 baht
Vienna       23, 370 baht                       83,245 baht
Athens       24,900 baht                         112,115 baht
Oslo         25,915 baht                         98,425 baht
Warsaw       28,835 baht                         112,660 baht
Budapest     28,880 baht                         111,915 baht
Dubrovnik     29,330 baht                         103,795 baht
Prague       29,460 baht                         115,200 baht
Nice         31,180 baht                         126,750 baht
Helsinki     32,330 baht                         102,170 baht

Emirates' promotional prices to less-explored locales make it easier than ever for travelers from Bangkok to discover the distinctive architectures, cuisines and cultures of Eastern and Northern Europe. Indulge your inner explorer and take a trip to see the other-worldly architecture of The Kremlin in Moscow; the walking trails of Suomenlinna sea fortress in Helsinki; the Game of Thrones set locations in Dubrovnik; or the charming city of Prague.

In addition, Emirates' codeshare agreements with flydubai on 91 destinations across four continents make it easier than ever to discover new travel spots worldwide at value-for-money fares.

Emirates currently operates six daily flights from Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport to Dubai International Airport, four of which are via the iconic Emirates Airbus A380 and two flights via Boeing 777. Emirates also operates two daily flights from Phuket to Dubai with a range of schedules available throughout the day to suit each passenger's needs.

On Emirates' A380, Business Class seats can be converted to 79" long fully flatbeds. Each Business Class seat has a 32" HD LCD screen. First and Business Class passengers can also socialise and sample canapes and cocktails at the popular Onboard Lounge.

Moreover, passengers in all classes can enjoy onboard Wi-Fi and benefit from Emirates' award-winning ice, inflight entertainment system, containing over 3,500 channels of on-demand movies, games and entertainment from around the world that will keep you entertained throughout the entire journey.

For more information and to book, please visit www.emirates.com/th or visit your preferred travel agent. Airfares are all inclusive of airport taxes and surcharge. Fares may vary slightly depending on exchange rate fluctuations. Terms and conditions apply.

About Emirates Thailand:

Emirates (www.emirates.com/th), recognised as Airline of the Year at the 2018 Air Transport Awards, connects Bangkok to its Dubai hub with six daily flights and Phuket to Dubai with double flights daily. Emirates currently operates four of its six daily flights from Bangkok to Dubai with an A380. Serving 160 destinations in 85 countries/territories, the airline reported a net profit of US$ 762 million for the fiscal year 2017-2018. Emirates operates 268 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft, including the world's largest fleet of A380s, and has orders for an additional 259 aircraft. Emirates' partnership with Thailand began in 1990 when it launched flights to Bangkok and ever since it has stimulated trade between the country and points across its network. Emirates has a weekly cargo capacity of 750 tonnes each way in the belly-hold of the passenger aircraft serving Thailand. The airline has been operating its flagship Airbus A380 on the Bangkok-Dubai and Bangkok-Hong Kong route since 2009 and reinforced its commitment to Thailand with the launch of daily direct flight to Phuket in December 2012, increasing it to double daily services in December 2015.

For information and ticket reservations please visit www.emirates.com/th or contact the Reservation Office 02-664 1040.

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