Emirates Economy Class in A380 Fleet

Book Your Emirates Flights for the Year-End Vacation at special rates

Inflight Bar onboard Emirates A380 aircraft (Emirates photo)

Emirates is offering all-inclusive Economy Class fares starting at S$679; Business Class fares from S$2,969 and First Class flights from S$10,109 for travel between 1 September 2022 and 31 May 2023. These special fares are available until 31 July 2022. Start planning for the year-end travels.

DestinationEconomy Class fares from (S$)Business Class Fares from (S$)First Class Fares from (S$)
Dubai 679 2,969 10,109 
Paris 1,349 4,709 11,649 
Frankfurt 1,469 4,859 14,479 
Munich 1,509 4,789 12,189 
Rome 1,409 6,669 17,789 
Amsterdam 1,379 5,159 15,519 
Barcelona 1,299 5,139 16,629 
Zurich 1,529 5,079 13,809 
Istanbul 1,259 4,459 15,489 
London 1,279 4,959 11,909 

Click here to book your flights.

Emirates fleet in Dubai Airport (Emirates photo)
Emirates fleet in Dubai Airport (Emirates photo)

Emirates flies 14 times a week from Singapore to Dubai. The airline’s daily flights between Singapore and Dubai EK 354 and EK 355 are served by the Airbus A380 superjumbo. Extra room and custom lighting in Economy Class, flat-bed seats in Business Class and Private Suites and Shower Spas in First Class offer travellers a distinctive Emirates experience aboard.

From 1 May to 30 September 2022, passengers can enjoy exclusive offers at over 500 locations, including restaurants, big-name retail outlets, spas, and exclusive attractions across the city by simply showing their Emirates boarding pass. Passengers can also get the best value from their holidays in Dubai and across the UAE with My Emirates Pass

Plan a stopover in Dubai and Explore the City

Planning a stopover in Dubai is not a bad idea. There’s much to explore, see and do. Michelin Guide recently unveiled its 2022 selection of gastronomic delights in Dubai. 69 restaurants across 21 cuisine types were highlighted.

The Dubai Frame invites visitors to reflect on the past, and gaze at the present and future of Dubai on top of this 150-metre high golden structure. At the Museum of the Future, explore the future’s limitless possibilities across a range of sectors, including space travel, climate change, and ecology. Bur Dubai, one of the oldest parts of the city dates back to the 1900s. Here you can find the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood and take a stroll along its charming car-free, narrow streets and admire the houses topped with wind towers, or the barajeel. Enjoy retail therapy at the Dubai Mall. Get up close and personal with marine animals at the Dubai Aquarium. And visit the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

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