As international borders reopen and passengers begin embarking on essential travel, travellers headed to Europe and the US can now enjoy special fares via Emirates. With flexible booking options and free multi-risk travel insurance with COVID-19 cover, Emirates continues to offer safe travel experiences to Emirates’ quickly growing global network. Travellers in Thailand can look
As international borders reopen and passengers begin embarking on essential travel, travellers headed to Europe and the US can now enjoy special fares via Emirates.
With flexible booking options and free multi-risk travel insurance with COVID-19 cover, Emirates continues to offer safe travel experiences to Emirates’ quickly growing global network.
Travellers in Thailand can look forward to flight deals with return fares starting at only THB 17,945 in Economy Class and THB 54,545 in Business Class. These special fares are available for bookings made from now until 21 November 2021, valid for travel between 4 November 2021 and 31 March 2022.
Featured destinations and starting fares include:
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Passengers travelling from Thailand can choose from seven weekly flights and transit in Dubai to connect across Emirates’ growing global network. All passengers must meet the specific travel requirements of their destination. For more information, passengers can access the frequently updated ‘travel requirements’ page on emirates.com/th here.
Travelling safely with Emirates
Health and wellbeing: Keeping the health and wellbeing of its passengers as top priority, Emirates has introduced a comprehensive set of safety measures at every step of the customer journey.
Travel assurance: Emirates continues to lead the industry with innovative products and services that address traveller needs during a dynamic time. The airline has taken its customer care initiatives further with even more generous and flexible booking policies, an extension of its multi-risk insurance cover, and helping loyal customers retain their miles and tier status.
Customers are encouraged to check the latest government travel restrictions in their country of origin and ensure they meet the travel requirements of their final destination. For more information on entry requirements for international visitors to Dubai, visit: https://www.emirates.com/english/help/covid-19/dubai-travel-requirements/
US network: Emirates operates 78 weekly flights to 12 destinations in the US with an increase in weekly flights scheduled for Boston (BOS), Dallas (DFW), New York (JFK), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA) and Washington DC (IAD). By early December 2021, Emirates will have restored more than 90% of its pre-COVID flight frequencies to the US with daily flights added to Boston, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington DC in addition to double daily flights to New York.
Customers from the US will also have more opportunities to fly on the airline’s iconic Airbus A380 aircraft from November with 35 weekly flights. Emirates’ flights between Milan and New York have also been upgraded to the A380 from 31 October resulting in New York being served three times a day by the double decker aircraft. In addition to Los Angeles, New York and Washington DC, the Airbus A380 will return daily to San Francisco from December 2021.
European network: Emirates has also brought forward plans to introduce extra flights and capacity to over 10 European cities, including Birmingham, Barcelona, Brussels, Dublin, Hamburg, London, Lisbon, Madrid, Munich, Rome and Zurich. Many of these cities will be served with daily flights or more.
Emirates will restart flights to London Gatwick Airport from 10 December, restoring the airline’s UK operations to six gateways. By the end of December, Emirates will offer 84 weekly flights to the UK. In Germany, Emirates will make it easier for business and leisure customers to connect to its popular gateways by expanding frequencies to daily flights in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich. Flights between Dusseldorf and Dubai, as well as between Hamburg and Dubai, will also be upgraded to the Emirates A380 to offer more capacity between both cities.