Emirates offers year-long benefit to students and their families

Emirates has introduced an exciting new deal that will help international students see more of their families, and more of the world during the year.

Whether it is to travel between home and school, or to see more of the world with friends during school breaks throughout the year, student travellers can enjoy special discounts off Economy and Business class fares, additional baggage on top of Emirates’ generous standard allowance, and a free date change of their booking up until 7 days before travel.

In addition, their families and companions can also enjoy this unique offer, as long as they are accompanied by the students on one of the trip sectors.

Millions of students have chosen to further their education in institutions outside of their home countries, and data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics show that the figure is on a rising trend as young people become more savvy about their travel and education options.

In line with Emirates’ proposition as a global connector of people and places, the airline is launching this offer to encourage students to see more of the world and help them visit their families more often, with flexibility to amend their booking in case travel plans change.

Tickets must be booked by 31 October 2020, using the promotional code STUDENT. All tickets have a maximum stay validity of 12 months.

Students can earn miles to redeem flights, upgrades and a range of exciting rewards when they sign up to the Emirates Skywards loyalty program.

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