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Emirates Offers Business Class Companion Fares

The FINANCIAL — Emirates is offering travellers in Lebanon special Business class companion fares to 15 destinations across its network. The offers are valid for bookings until 31 October 2018, for travel until 20 December 2018.

The special fares are available for two to eight people booking and flying together in Business Class. Fares from Lebanon start from USD 3626 per person to Phuket, to New York for USD 3660 per person, to Kuala Lumpur and Sydney for USD 3765 per person.

In addition to great fares, all Emirates Business Class travellers can enjoy lounge access in Dubai, a generous 40kg baggage allowance, as well as dedicated check-in and baggage handling.

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Customers on Emirates flights can enjoy award winning service and hospitality from the airline’s multinational cabin crew, an in-flight entertainment system with up to 3,500 channels and up to 20MB complimentary on-board Wi-Fi, LIVE TV, as well as regionally inspired meals on-board prepared by award-winning chefs. Families with young children are also well cared for with special services and products to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable flight experience, from free toys to kid’s meals and entertainment.

 

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