UAE carrier Emirates has unveiled new offers for all its customers arriving in or stopping over in Dubai with its My Emirates Summer Pass.
Starting May 1 and until September 30, Emirates’ customers can use the boarding pass and a valid form of identification to avail of discounts at hundreds of retail, leisure and dining outlets in Dubai.
Additionally, as a special promotion during the month of May, those landing in Dubai can enjoy a complimentary Dubai Marina Cruise too.
Pre-booking is not required for the single-entry complimentary ticket to Tour Dubai’s one hour Marina Sightseeing Cruise.
The Emirates customer only needs to show a valid boarding pass, either digital or physical copy of it, at the ticketing counter on the day of use as well as proof of identity.
The free cruise can only be availed between May 1-31, between 10am and 4pm.
Some of the other offers that can be availed of as part of the My Emirates Summer Pass include offers at brand outlets including the likes Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Bath & Body Works as well as tourist attractions such as Atlantis Aquaventure, IMG world of Adventure and desert safaris with Arabian Adventures.
The boarding pass also delivers offers on spa services at Sofitel Spa with L’Occitane, as well as discounts of up to 20 per cent on food and beverages at any of the Rove hotels. Accor Hotels is also offering 20 per cent off its food and beverage when a customer presents their My Emirates Pass.
Emirates announced that it will offer more flights across seven cities in the GCC and Middle East during Eid Al Fitr holidays.
.@emirates will operate 400 daily flights to 127 destinations during the Eid Al Fitr holiday period between April 29 and May 9. On May 7, @emirates will have 411 flights – the largest number of flights per day. pic.twitter.com/MkZURgNBsd
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) April 29, 2022
The airline said that it will be adding 23 flights and additional seats with the deployment of A380s and Boeing 777s between April 28 and May 8 to four cities in Saudi Arabia, as well as to Kuwait, Beirut, and Amman.
Read: Dubai’s Emirates to add extra flights, more seats across GCC, Middle East