Emirates is offering families the chance to ‘Do More in Dubai’ this summer with special offers and deals.

The Do More in Dubai pro-motion covers flights, transfers, accommodation, shopping, activities and tours.

Up to two children under 12, travelling with two accompanying adults in economy class, are eligible for complimentary accommodation (minimum three-night stay), meals in participating hotels, plus a 50 per cent discount on the adult irfare.

Families will have a choice of over 70 hotels and apartments in Dubai, ranging from two- to five-star.

At participating hotels, offers can be extended beyond three days and will include free breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets for children, plus room taxes and service charges.

Emirates partner Dubai Mall enhances the promotion by offering free children’s access to the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, Sega Republic and Dubai Ice Rink.

For travellers without children, the Dubai Mall discount voucher book includes deals on golfing at the Els Club in Dubailand and Arabian Ranches Golf Club.

There are also entrance deals for major attractions such as Wild Wadi Water Park; Aquaventure and Lost Chambers at Atlantis, iFLYDubai; Soccer Circus and Cite’ des Enfants at Playnation and the Dubai Dolphinarium at Creek Golf Club.

Do More in Dubai covers a meet and assist service at Dubai airport, airport transfers, and a free city tour and dhow cruise with dinner for up to two children with accompanying paying adults.

Available until September 30, the promotion coincides with ‘Dubai Summer Surprises’, when stores have their summer sales.

Do More in Dubai packages and information can be found online at www.emirates.com/mt by clicking on ‘special offers’.

Alternatively, contact the Emirates sales office at Malta International Airport on 2557 7255 or enquire at a local travel agent.

Emirates flies from Malta to Dubai on a daily schedule via Larnaca, Cyprus. Flight EK 108 departs at 3.45 p.m. from MIA and arrives in Dubai at 12.55 a.m. the following day.

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