Dubai-based Emirates airline on Friday launched 10-day special fares for 2013 to all the destinations.
The airline said that those who book by December 2, 2012 for outbound travel between January 21 and June 10 will benefit from the special fares.
The airline’s discount fare is to all the continents. Economy fare to Indian subcontinent is starting from Dh960, Middle East at Dh930, Europe at Dh1,530, the Americas at Dh4,170, and Australia and New Zealand at Dh4,730.
Emirates, one of the fastest growing international airlines, last week announced the addition of three frequencies to its present 11-weekly flights to Mauritius. The service to the paradise island will be double daily beginning 2nd December 2012.
Equipped with the world’s largest fleet of A380s and the largest fleet of Boeing 777s Emirates continues its broad, global expansion now flying to 126 destinations up from 114 last year to 74 countries compared with 67 last year. The airline has launched five new destinations since April 1, 2012, including Ho Chi Minh City, Barcelona, Lisbon, Erbil and Washington, D.C. Additional new routes to be added during the second half of the fiscal year include Adelaide, which launched November 1 and the upcoming routes of Lyon, Phuket, Warsaw and Algiers.
In the first half of the 2012-13 fiscal year, Emirates airline's net profit surged 104 per cent to Dh1.7bn ($464m) from Dh836m ($228m) reported during the same period last year.