Emirates' special Economy Class fares to the Americas now start from US $1791 to Seattle in the United States and US $1669 to Sao Paulo, Brazil. The special fares offer also applies to Seoul from US $1857, Osaka from US $2267, Muscat from US $546, Frankfurt from US $916, Dusseldorf from US $896, Hamburg from US $889, and Munich from US $902.
Unveiling the new fares and stopover offer, Emirates Country Manager for Tanzania, Abdulaziz Al Hai said the offer was part of the airline’s mission to make travel as comfortable and affordable as possible for its Tanzanian customers this summer.
“As an airline we are committed this market and we shall continue to provide our customers in Tanzania outstanding value for money proposition as we offer the most attractive travel experience available. Our special fares to some of Emirates’ most popular destinations represent a very significant saving, meaning that there has never been a better time to book a holiday, business trip or to visit friends or relatives overseas,” said Al Hai.
He continued: “In addition to offering value for money, we continue to link Tanzania to its key markets across the world as we enable the country to continue to build on its historical and trade relations with some of its major trade partners like the Germany.”
The bilateral trade volume between Germany and Tanzania grew by 51 per cent to 294 million Euros in 2011, according to preliminary data from German Embassy in Dar-es- Salaam. The Tanzanian imports doubled to 161.5 million Euros in 2011, while the German
exports to Tanzania rose by 16 per cent to 132 million Euros. Tanzania is ranked 9th among the sub-Saharan countries trading with Germany.
The fares are valid for ticketing on or before June 30th 2012 for travel on or before August 15th 2012. All fares are quoted on a return basis, are inclusive of all taxes and can be purchased from Emirates sales offices or through authorized travel agents.
More information on the promotions, terms and conditions can be found by visiting the local Emirates sales office located at Haidery Plaza, 6th Floor Ali Hassan Mwinyi Road in Dar es
Salaam, or online at www.emirates.com
Emirates now fly to 124 destinations in 74 countries. The airline has a fleet of 174 aircraft
and is the world’s largest Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 operator. With an order for 50 new
Boeing 777-300ER aircraft placed at the Dubai Airshow, Emirates now has 230 aircraft on
order, worth over US$84 billion at list prices.
Operations on Emirates connect Tanzania to the world through the airline’s route network,
with extensive connections to Europe, the Americas, the Far East and Asia, Australia and
Since its launch in 1985, Emirates airline has received more than 500 international awards
in recognition of its efforts to provide unsurpassed levels of customer service. For additional
information, please visit www.emirates.com