Coronavirus: Emirates tickets booked before May 31 to be valid for 2 year

The fare amount paid for the original booking will be accepted for any flight to the same destination/region.

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Dubai’s flagship airline Emirates has extended the validity of tickets for two years from the date of original booking.

“You can choose to keep your ticket and we’ll extend its validity to 24 months from the date of your original booking. The fare amount you paid for your original booking will be accepted for any flight to the same destination/region at any time with no fees during this period,” the carrier said on its website.

The world’s largest international carrier said passengers need not call and cancel the ticket. “We’ve now extended the validity of your ticket for up to 24 months so you can just call us to reschedule your flight whenever you’re ready to travel again,” it said.

“You don’t need to do anything, we’ll keep your booking status as open and you can reschedule your flight whenever you’re ready to travel again,” said the statement posted on its website.

It said these options are available for bookings made before the May 31. Bookings made from June 1 onwards are subject to the fare conditions applicable at the time of booking.

Importantly, the airline said there are no change to fees when passenger rebook within the 24-month period. More

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