Emirates is offering travellers from Bangladesh a 20 per cent discount to discover one of the most fascinating and vibrant cities in the Americas -- Mexico.
One can enjoy the discount by booking early ahead of its inaugural flight on December 09 to Mexico City via Barcelona.
Mexico City is the airline’s fifth destination in Central and South America, says a press release.
The offer is valid for bookings from October 15 to November 04, 2019 for travel between December 08, 2019 and August 31, 2020.
Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares starting from Tk 106,698, while Business Class fares start from Tk 295,554. Customers who book their Emirates flight to Mexico City till December 08 can earn double Skyward Miles (Emirates frequent flyers’ points) or use ‘cash + miles’ to fly for less.
The new daily service will be operated by a two-class Boeing 777-200LR. Emirates flight EK 255 will depart Dubai at 3:30 am local time, arriving in Barcelona at 8 am before departing again at 9:55 am and arriving into Mexico City at 4:15 pm on the same day. The return flight EK256 will depart Mexico City at 7:40 pm local time, arriving in Barcelona the next day at 1:25 pm. EK256 will depart from Barcelona at 3:10 pm bound for Dubai, where it will arrive at 12:45 am on the following day.
Emirates customers in all classes enjoy 4,500 channels of movies including Bangladeshi TV shows and programmes. The passengers can enjoy the airline’s award-winning inflight entertainment system, regionally inspired meals, and up to 20 MB of complimentary Wi-Fi to stay connected with friends and family during the flight.
For more information, including how to book flights and a complete list of terms and conditions, readers may visit www.emirates.com.bd or contact the Emirates Sales Office in Dhaka, Chattogram or Sylhet or their travel agents.
Emirates operates thrice daily from Dhaka, offering flexibility and a varied schedule to appeal to both leisure and business travellers.
The airline offers convenient connections from Dubai to over 150 destinations across five continents.