Emirates welcomes Bangladeshi Rotarians on board

Airline’s first ever corporate deal with a service organisation in Bangladesh
A Monitor Desk Report 18 Jan, 2017 | 3966 Views|-+
Dhaka: Emirates airline has announced special privileges for the Rotarians of Bangladesh. Rotarians and their family members will enjoy special discounted fares while traveling with Emirates to various destinations of the airline’s global network.

An agreement was signed to this effect by Ismail Bhuiyan, Emirates Sales Manager in Bangladesh and Rtn. Mohammad Ayub, Governor, Rotary International District 3281 in Dhaka recently.

“In Emirates, we are aware that we have a responsibility to the communities we serve around the globe. Emirates has recently celebrated 30 years of successful operations to Bangladesh and we are happy to bring a special offer to the esteemed Rotarians of the country, who have been relentlessly serving the local community over the years,” said Ismail Bhuiyan, after signing the corporate agreement. “I sincerely hope that Rotarians will avail the opportunity to enjoy the Emirates’ award-winning services on board and on the ground.”

Thanking Emirates for the special offer Mohammad Ayub said, “We are happy to be associated with a global brand like Emirates. We are certain that our members will enjoy the well-known Emirates’ hospitality. We also look forward to implementing a few community service projects in Bangladesh jointly with Emirates in near future.”

Members of Rotary clubs in Bangladesh along with their family members are entitled to enjoy this special offer, which will remain valid until December 31, 2017. For booking or any inquiry, Rotarians may contact the Emirates offices in Dhaka, Chittagong and Sylhet or, Emirates’ nominated travel agencies for the offer- Airspan Ltd., Discovery Tours & Logistics and Pan Bright Travels in Dhaka or, visit- www.emirates.com/bd.

Rotary International is the biggest international service organisation which brings together the business and professional leaders of the society. There are over 10,000 Rotarians under 317 clubs all over Bangladesh.

Emirates started operations to Bangladesh in 1986 and currently flies thrice daily from Dhaka. The Airline offers convenient connections via Dubai to 154 destinations including 11 in USA and 37 in Europe.

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