Monday, September 3, 2012

EMIRATES OFFERS 35% DISCOUNT FOR SECOND TICKET

KEE@FSWMAG.COM

GREAT NEWS FROM EMIRATES, POSSIBLY THE WORLD'S BEST AIRLINE!
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Emirates is possibly the world's best airline and I have flown their Business Class before so I can swear on the Holy Bible and Kamasutra and Buddhist religious texts Emirates Business Class is the best in the big blue sky!

Eg; Return flight from Kuala Lumpur to London; Economy RM 4,280, Business RM 17,237 and First RM 24,027. So your second Business Class ticket is only RM 11,206. This is a rough guide so don't hold me to this but get the latest from your travel agent or www.emirates.com/malaysia
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Kavin Martinus, Emirates Country Manager for Malaysia holding the commemorative plaque at the launch of Emirates A380 inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur, beating our very own Malaysia Airlines' A380 by half a year!
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The celebratory cake
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Not all airports can handle the A380! But KLIA of course can!
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The warm and welcoming crew in Emirates Business Class are synonymous with sublime service with a smile

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Businessmen, corporate dealers and assorted tycoons travelling Business Class on Emirates can now buy a second ticket for what the airline industry fondly calls 'companion' which, when translated, means your lover, girlfriend, boyfriend, mistress, toyboy, social escort, favourite prostitute or in the worst case scenario, your very own wife. Or husband.

At 35% off, this is a great deal. I prefer 50% off but hey, this is Emirates from highclass Dubai, not some lowclass airline from Africa or some dubious nation which sells its international country code and passports to shady folks.

Speaking of low class, this deal of 35% off for second ticket applies only to Business Class, not Cattle Class or First Class. 

If you fly Economy aka Cattle Class, Emirates already offers the best deals in the high heaven so they cannot make such offers to members of the lower classes of society as Emirates' seats, cuisine and facilities are already considered super high class for the airfare you pay.

As for First Class people like me are already so fabulously wealthy, it is considered an unforgivable insult to offer us any discount. If Emirates does this, the Rich and Famous will instantly use another airline as discounts are only appreciated by those whose accountants and tax inspectors are always breathing down their neck.

Of course, the Super Duper Rich do not fly First Class at all since they have their own personal jets so they are a different kettle of fish altogether and inapplicable in this equation.

Lastly, you need to be a member of Maybank VISA Infinite as cash is not accepted so hightail to the nearest Maybank branch or apply online this instant. Maybank is my bank by the way and  it is also the best bank in Malaysia which again, I can swear on the Bible and in front of Buddha.
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Fly with Emirates and share the joy with a companion
Maybank Visa Infinite cardholders who purchase Business Class tickets can enjoy 35% off the tickets for their companion

KUALA LUMPUR, 3 September 2012 – Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines, is proud to offer its latest companion offer for Business Class for the enjoyment of Maybank Visa Infinite cardholders.

“This is the first-of-its-kind Emirates offer in Malaysia and we are delighted to provide this opportunity which will enable our passengers to fly Emirates and enjoy the journey with their loved ones to key destinations around the world. In conjunction with this offer, our passengers can look forward to enjoying our newest routes to Lyon which start on 5th December and Warsaw on 6th February next year,” said Kavin Martinus, Emirates’ Country Manager for Malaysia.

To enjoy this offer, simply make an online booking with your Maybank Visa Infinite card between now and 15th October for travel between now until 9th December 2012 and 28th January 2013 until 31st May 2013. This exclusive offer is available for a limited time only. Bookings can be made on www.emirates.com/my.

The promotion is applicable for the following Emirates destinations: Dubai, Melbourne, Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Birmingham, Casablanca, Copenhagen, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Glasgow, Hamburg, Istanbul, Larnaca, Lisbon, London, Lyon, Madrid, Malta, Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Newcastle, Nice, Paris, Prague, Rome, St Petersburg, Venice, Vienna, Zurich, Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Buenos Aires, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Rio De Janeiro, San Francisco, São Paulo, Seattle, New York, Toronto, Warsaw and Washington, DC.

Emirates connects Kuala Lumpur to its Dubai hub with 21 weekly flights, while it also operates a daily non-stop service to Melbourne. Worldwide, Emirates serves 125 destinations in 74 countries.

About Emirates and Malaysia
Emirates (www.emirates.com/my), one of the fastest growing international airlines, connects Kuala Lumpur to its Dubai hub with 21 weekly flights, while it also operates a daily non-stop service to Melbourne. Serving 125 destinations in 74 countries, the airline reported a net profit of US$ 409 million for the 2011/12 fiscal year. Emirates operates 177 wide-body Airbus and Boeing aircraft including the world’s largest fleet of A380s and has orders for an additional 226 aircraft, worth more than US$ 62 billion. Emirates’ partnership with Malaysia began in October 1996 when it launched flights to Kuala Lumpur and it stimulates trade between the country and points across its network by carrying more than 200 tonnes of cargo each week in the belly-hold of passenger aircraft. Emirates also marked a historical milestone in Malaysia in January 1st, 2012 by becoming the first airline to operate a scheduled Airbus A380 service. Emirates has also been the Official Airline of the Maybank Malaysian Open, Malaysia’s oldest and most premier golfing event, for seven consecutive years. 

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Kee Hua Chee is treated like royalty!
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20A was my Business Class seat in Emirates A380
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All amenities are on hand
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There is so much legroom you can be 6 ft 6 inches and still have room to spare!
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Since I refused to pay for my companion, I travelled in solitary splendour
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Kee Hua Chee in the lap of luxury
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Plenty of room for my RM 6,000 Louis Vuitton and shoes with my faces painted on them
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Nothing but champagne throughout the flight!
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With haute cuisine all the way!
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Instead of sitting all the way, Business Class passengers can visit the lounge with its own Bar and snacks corner plus sofas so you can make new friends!
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Luxurious settee with submerged, recessed lighting which does not bother the eye
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Every passenger has his/her own private cubicle thoughtfully designed for maximum ergonomic comfort so you arrive fresh as a daisy! First Class passengers get to shower in proper shower rooms with ample space and not a crammed cupboard! Total luxury!
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In the Sky Lounge you know where you are heading!
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Limitless supply of Moet and Chandon, my favourite champagne together with Dom Perignon

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The steward is from Shanghai, China as Emirates hires an international crew
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Stylish seating area in Sky Lounge of Emirates Business Class
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No, Kee Hua Chee did NOT have to work as bartender to pay for his flight! Not in his unique, hand painted shirt with his portrait
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Lounging with a rich baby
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No more stiff legs filled with ghastly pins and needles! I strolled around and made new friends and ate and drank the finest food and champagne available at 36,000 feet above ground
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Time for some shut eye!

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To be able to luxuriate in Emirates Business Class proves I must have been a good boy in my last  incarnation, most probably a saint so I am now being rewarded


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