Emirates Airline has launched its Vietnamese website, reiterating its commitment to continuously improve the airline’s service in the Vietnamese market.

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Emirates launches Vietnamese website with special fares

May, 22/2018 - 17:00

Emirates Airline has launched its Vietnamese website, reiterating its commitment to continuously improve the airline’s service in the Vietnamese market.

Emirates Airline has launched its Vietnamese website, reiterating its commitment to continuously improve the airline’s service in the Vietnamese market. – Photo courtesy of Emirates
Viet Nam News

HCM CITY — Emirates Airline has launched its Vietnamese website, reiterating its commitment to continuously improve the airline’s service in the Vietnamese market. 

Through its Vietnamese website, Emirates’ customers can check fares and special offers, book and manage their flights, check-in online, and confirm their flight status. The website also provides customers with information on products available on Emirates flights (meals, seats, and in-flight entertainment), as well as local contact numbers, Emirates Skywards frequent flier programme members services, and the latest news about the airline. 

To celebrate the launch of the new website, Emirates has announced special offers on routes to Dubai, Europe, and the United States. Bookings must be made from May 21 to June 3, 2018, for travel by November 30, 2018.

Economy fares from Việt Nam start from VNĐ15,690,000 (US$709) for flights to Dubai, VNĐ18,500,000 ($822) for flights to Paris, VNĐ19,660,000 ($873) for flights to Frankfurt, and VNĐ20,800,000 ($924) for flights to London, as well as VNĐ22,300,000 ($991) for flights to New York, and VNĐ25,700,000 ($1142) for flights to Boston.

Emirates began daily passenger flights from HCM City in 2012 and Hà Nội in 2016.  The airline operates daily direct flights on two-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft from Hà Nội and HCM City to Dubai and onwards, connecting Việt Nam to more than 150 destinations in Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Africa. — VNS

 

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