Emirates, MSC Cruises renew fly-cruise partnership


Emirates, MSC Cruises renew fly-cruise partnership

Wednesday, 08 May, 2024 0

Emirates and MSC Cruises have renewed their fly-cruise partnership for another two seasons.  

Revealed at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai, the partnership builds on an existing 10-year relationship.

The collaboration enables guests to book a Fly & Cruise holiday package with MSC Cruises, which includes Emirates return flights from 21 airports across Europe and South America.

Benefits include being met at arrivals with a dedicated bus transfer to the ship.

On return, guests can drop their bags in the cruise terminal, and collect them directly once they arrive at their destination.

MSC Fly & Cruise packages with flights are available from Italy (Milan, Rome), Germany (Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Dusseldorf), United Kingdom (London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle) and more.

Dedicated Emirates check-in counters at Port Rashid allow passengers who are disembarking from their cruise to check in their luggage and get their flight boarding passes up to four hours before flight departure.

American cruise guests will also soon be able to book their Emirates flight through MSC Cruises from New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Miami, Orlando and Washington DC.

Nabil Sultan, Emirates’ EVP for Passenger Sales said: “We’re eager to continue our partnership with MSC Cruises who have been an integral part of Dubai’s growing cruise tourism industry.”

“Our partnership with MSC Cruises is also one of the ways we’re working to strengthen Dubai’s position as the world’s preferred winter cruising destination.”

The partnership between Emirates and MSC Cruises will continue to focus on joint promotional strategies such as Fly & Cruise, and marketing campaigns in key markets to boost Dubai’s status as a cruise destination.

MSC Euribia will sail from Dubai for the winter 2024/2025 season offering seven-night itineraries to Doha, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi and more. 

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Learn more about :   MSC Cruises ( United Kingdom )  



 


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