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Article from BTNews 14 DECEMBER 2015

Qantas, Emirates new link

A campaign to promote a joint service to Australia and New Zealand has been launched by Emirates and Qantas offering a wide choice of stopovers in the Middle and Far East, enhanced comfort levels and high service standards.

The partnership offers daily international service to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Auckland and Christchurch, with 19 daily flights between them from six UK airports – Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow. 

Stopover choices include Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Bali, as well as Dubai. 

First and Business Class passengers are offered free chauffeur-drive service in more than 70 cities as well as priority check-in, and special baggage allowances apply across the partnership.

This includes 40kg in Business Class and 50kg in First Class, while access to both airlines’ lounges is available to members of Emirates Skyward and Qantas Frequent Flyers loyalty clubs as well as travellers in the premium cabins.

The Qantas domestic network gives access to more than 80 destinations across Australia and New Zealand.  www.emirates.com    www.qantas.com

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