DSF: Attractive packages from Emirates Holidays

Published: 04th December 2012 10:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2012 10:14 AM   |  A+A-

Emirates Holidays, the tour-operating arm of Emirates airline, is offering attractive return packages to those Indian travellers heading for the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF). An initiative to celebrate the 17th year of its association with the event, the airline is offering packages starting at Rs 27,114 per person on twin-sharing basis from here.

 The fares are available for purchase till January 3, 2013. The 17th annual DSF kicks off on January 3, 2013, and will be on till February 3, 2013. Launched in 1996, the month-long festival attracts visitors from around the world and has been supported by Emirates Holidays since its inception.

 “We are pleased to announce our 17th year of association with the Dubai Shopping Festival, one of the largest shopping festivals across the globe. DSF attracts tourists from around the world in very large numbers every year. India being one of the key markets for Dubai, we have got a very encouraging response for the festival over the years and we look forward to continuing it this year,” said Nadeem Ulde, Business Development Manager - India, Emirates Holidays. Emirates currently operates 11 weekly flights to the city and 185 weekly flights to 10 Indian destinations. The airline flies to over 126 destinations in 74 countries via Dubai.

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