Emirates AirlinesEmirates, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world, is offering travellers in Ethiopia the chance to visit exciting destinations around the world for less, in a week-long promotion that ranks as one of its best offers of the year.

Travellers seeking to bag a good deal can take advantage of these attractive offers to selected destinations on certain flights, with tickets prices starting from USD616 including taxes for return travel to Dubai, to Mumbai from USD573, to Seoul from USD1, 499, to Hong Kong from USD852, to London Heathrow from USD659, to Beijing from USD828, to Karachi from USD872 and to New Delhi from USD681.

The offer has some restrictions and is available only on particular flights. It is not valid for travel during the Canton Fair (12-31 October), Christmas period (05 to 23 December), New Year (01-12 January 2014), and the Chinese New Year (08-15 February 2014). Check with your local Emirates sales office or travel agent for full terms and conditions.

Whether to visit friends, family, or to experience a new destination or for business, the Economy Class offer runs from the September 2-9 for travel between 15 September 2013 and 10 April 2014.

This offer gives travellers the opportunity to experience Emirates award-winning service from its international cabin crew from more than 100 countries, gourmet cuisine and its renowned ice inflight entertainment system, which offers passengers hundreds of audio and visual entertainment.

Customers travelling with Emirates benefit from a generous baggage allowance 30kg in Economy Class, 40 kg in Business Class and 50 kg in First Class.

Emirates established operations in Ethiopia in March 2006. Currently, the airline flies daily from Bole International Airport to Dubai, connecting passengers to 134 destinations in 77 countries across six continents.

EK 723 departs Dubai International Airport every day at 1030hrs and arrives at the Bole International Airport at 1330hrs. The return flight, EK 724, leaves Bole International Airport at 1610hrs and lands in Dubai at 2120hrs every day.

Source: NewBusinessEthiopia.com