Emirates Kampala office has yesterday launched a range of attractive market fares, reducing by up to 48 percent the cost previously paid for by travelers, when a new aggressive sales campaign was started by the airline, lasting till Sunday this week with travel valid until 15th of July.
Khalid Al Zarouni, the Uganda country manager of Emirates, said in a communication availed to this correspondent overnight: Emirates is keen on providing our Ugandan customers with outstanding value for money and the most attractive travel experience available. Our special fares to some of Emirates most popular destinations in Asia and Europe represent a very significant savings, meaning that there has never been a better time to book a holiday, business trip or to visit friends or relatives overseas. By offering these discounted fares and free accommodation to passengers with a transit time of 8 hours or more, Emirates is demonstrating its investment in the total passenger experience and to ensuring that it is the airline of choice for all.
Asian destinations enjoying special fares include Bangkok from US $972, Bombay / Ahmdabad from US $668, Cochin / Bangalore / Kozhikode from US $986, Delhi from US $933, Dhaka from US $1066, Guangzhou / Hongkong from US $984, Kuala Lumpur from US $1866, Manila from US $2000 and Narita / Tokyo from US $2077. European cities on offer include London from US $977 and Istanbul from US $665. All fares cover a return ticket and are notably nclusive of all taxes, fees and fuel surcharges. Tickets can be purchased from Emirates sales offices or through authorized travel agents.
Several airlines flying in and out of Entebbe have in recent months, very likely as a result of the arrival of Qatar Airways in November last year, introduced new cabin layouts, improved inflight entertainment, offered added baggage allowances for economy and premium class passengers and upped their miles earning under the respective frequent flyer schemes, showing how intense the fight for market share and passengers has become, benefiting travelers with better services and competitive fares. Watch this space.