Emirates announces reduced fares to destinations without quarantine

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Now that the world finally appears to be opening up somewhat, Emirates Airline is stepping up operations and will fly to 124 destinations by the end of July. Currently, you can travel to 20 countries from Dubai, without having to quarantine yourself on arrival or return.

To celebrate, Emirates announced a number of special fares to more than 30 cities in 20 countries around the world, making your long-awaited dream vacation a reality. Travelers from the United Arab Emirates can fly to selected destinations with fares starting from Dhs 1,315. Reservations can be made from today through July 6, 2021, for travel through February 28, 2022.

There is a wide range of options for Emirates Economy and Business Class passengers, who can choose to book their getaway to a long list of popular vacation destinations, including:

Rome, from 2,255 Dhs in economy class and 13,415 Dhs in business class; Barcelona from Dhs 2,395 in economy class and Dhs 13,315 in business class; Istanbul from Dhs 1,695 in economy class and Dhs 10,985 in business class; Phuket from 1,995 Dhs in economy class and 7,995 Dhs in business class, and Los Angeles from 3,335 Dhs in economy class and 19,555 Dhs in business class.

If you’d rather have all your vacations taken care of, from flights to hotels and more, book one of the Emirates Holidays special packages, with prices starting at Dhs 1,999 per person.

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For those wishing to return to the UK, it doesn’t look like the UAE is about to be taken off the UK’s ‘red list’ for travel. Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths revealed in an interview with Bloomberg TV on Sunday, June 20 that he “does not expect the UAE to be removed from the UK’s red list before the end of June or July “.

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