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Emirates is flying really high these days – it was named as the ‘Best Airline in the World’ and ‘Best Middle Eastern Airline’ from the recently concluded ULTRA 2017 Awards. This was based from the votes on a survey that involved the well- traveled readers of the luxury magazine of The Telegraph. The awards were received by the president of Emirates, Sir Tim Clark during the ceremony that was held in London.
The event was hosted by Savoy hotel on May 22. Several key members have attended the event, some of which included British personalities. They also invited the duchess of York Sarah Ferguson as their special guest who was accompanied by her daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice.
This is not the first time this year that Emirates was given an award, thanks to their dedication to constantly come up with ways to improve travel experience for customers, making them recognized as one of the best airlines. TripAdviser Travelers’ Choice Awards for airlines named it as the ‘Best Airline in the World.’ It also bagged the ‘World’s Best Airline’ during the 2016 Skytrax World Airline Awards.
And it’s really not all a hoax. For the summer, Emirates is indeed proving to everyone that it deserves to be at the top spot of the best airlines in the world. It just recently made an announcement of its promotion on ‘My Emirates Pass’ for all passengers who will be traveling to Dubai for this particular season, where they can use their boarding passes to avail of discounts at leisure destinations, luxury spas, and restaurants in emirate. The promo is available only for those who will be flying to or through Dubai from June 1 to August 31. The promo is inclusive of UAE residents.
Some of the participating hotels include Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa,The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, and Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites. Participating restaurants include Haagen-Dazs,Hard Rock Café, and Costa Coffee.