Enjoy Dubai with ‘My Emirates Pass’

Night time in Dubai

Emirates Airline passengers can experience more of Dubai this summer by enjoying deep discounts and exclusive offers across the city with My Emirates Pass, launched jointly with the Department of Economic Development in Dubai. Passengers flying on the airline to or through Dubai between 1 June and 31 August 2016 can take advantage of a range of offers by simply showing their boarding pass and valid form of identification.

Special discounts and offers at over 65 restaurants and hotel dining outlets, 10 leisure experiences ranging from desert safaris, golf course packages and helicopter tours, in addition to a range of spa experiences can be accessed for less with My Emirates Pass while in Dubai.

Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, Executive Director Commercial Compliance & the Consumer Protection Sector said, “The Department of Economic Development in Dubai ensures that Dubai’s visitors enjoy a memorable shopping experience, and we want to make Dubai their preferred destination to shop, dine, sightsee and so much more. The joint initiative between the Department of Economic Development and Emirates aims to provide tourists and consumers with the best that Dubai has to offer.”

My Emirates Pass is one of a series of collaborations between Emirates and the Department of Economic Development to help visitors discover more of what Dubai has to offer.  Terms and conditions apply.

A city of many attractions including exceptional shopping malls, world-class financial, business and cultural districts and sophisticated dining experiences to name a few, Dubai is an international oasis that attracts entrepreneurs, adventurers and pleasure-seekers alike.

Emirates operates daily scheduled flights between Dubai and Cyprus on a state-of-the-art Boeing 777-300ER.  Emirates flies five times weekly – every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday – via Athens. While on Mondays and Wednesdays, the morning flight arrives in Larnaca from Dubai, and the afternoon flight arrives from Malta on its way back to Dubai.

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