Emirates is offering special all-inclusive fares from Singapore to Europe from S$999 in Economy and S$4,379 in Business Class for a limited time. Book between 27 February and 8 March 2018 for travel between 6 March and 30 November 2018.
|City||Economy Class Fares from (SGD)||Business Class Fares from (SGD)|
|London||$ 1,009||$ 4,949|
|Barcelona||$ 1,069||$ 4,409|
|Amsterdam||$ 1,049||$ 4,599|
|Paris||$ 999||$ 4,379|
|Zurich||$ 1,039||$ 5,039|
|Munich||$ 1,029||$ 5,199|
|Athens||$ 1,029||$ 4,419|
|Milan||$ 1,079||$ 4,419|
|Rome||$ 1,129||$ 4,439|
Emirates Skywards – Over 20 million members
Emirates Skywards, Emirates’ 17-year-old frequent flyer programme, has reached 20 million members. To celebrate this milestone, the airline is rewarding members travelling from Dubai on Emirates flights during the week beginning 4 March 2018 with surprises at check-in, on board and in the lounges for some of its longest-standing members.
Emirates Skywards welcomes an average of 220,000 new members around the world. The top five countries with the largest member bases include the UK with the biggest membership base of 2.6 million, followed by the US with 1.8 million. Australia has 1.7 million members and India and the UAE has 1.4 million members each.
The programme stays relevant to its members and provides value through an increasing focus on local partnerships and personalised offers. Its most recent financial co-branded card for example was launched with Standard Chartered Bank in Pakistan, taking the total number of financial partners in various markets to 13. In the last year, Emirates Skywards has also added partners such as Mileslife, the airline miles-earning app, in China and Singapore, increasing Miles accumulation options for members and creating a seamless lifestyle experience.
Emirates Skywards has also been applying data-driven insights to increase member engagement, delivering more personalised and targeted offers using predictive data modelling which has been well received by its members.
Emirates Skywards also has strategic partnerships with FlyDubai, Easyjet and Qantas, and 13 other airlines offering members access to one of the world’s largest networks of global travel destinations. In addition, members can also earn and redeem Skywards Miles at 1.8 million properties worldwide through its 23 partner hotel groups, making for a seamless travel journey.
Last year, members redeemed 35 billion Miles on reward flights, hotel stays and exclusive access to the biggest events worldwide.
The free programme has recently earned the Excellence in Management award at the 10th annual Loyalty Awards 2018 organised by FlightGlobal and Global Flight earlier this month.