Emirates offers free accommodation and tourist visa for travellers to Dubai

05-Dec-2019 Intellasia | VNS | 6:02 AM Print This Post

Emirates is offering a promotion programme, including great fares, 2-night hotel stay in the heart of Dubai, 10kg free excess baggage allowance and a free 30-Day Dubai Tourist Visa for travellers from Vietnam to Dubai.

In the promotion which runs from December 2-15, 2019, return fares to Dubai start at VND10,469,000 (US$450) in Economy Class and at VND32,569,000 ($1,398) in Business Class and are valid for travel between December 5-27, 2019 and January 3-May 31, 2020.

Economy Class passengers who book flights within the promotional period can enjoy two nights’ accommodation at either Rove at the Park or Rove Healthcare City; while First Class and Business Class passengers who book flights during the same period can enjoy two nights’ accommodation at either the Address Sky View or Address Dubai Mall.

When booking the flight tickets on emirates.com/vn, travellers simply need to enter the promotional code, FEDUBAI, before making payment. The complimentary hotel stay will then be booked and confirmed.

Emirates will also be sponsoring the cost of a 30-Day Dubai Tourist Visa for travellers from Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam. A completed visa application, along with mandatory documents such as a passport copy and passport photo, will need to be submitted to a local Emirates Retail Office at [email protected] no later than December 17, 2019. Emirates flight tickets must also be issued prior to applying for the visa.

Emirates operates daily non-stop flights out of Vietnam from Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat international airports to Dubai. Since June 2012, flights departing from Vietnam are operated by B777-300ER aircraft, which feature Emirates’ award-winning inflight entertainment and the high level of comfort in all cabins.

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