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Emirates Advantage Online Payment System Launched

Emirates Airlines launched its innovative Emirates Advantage payment system providing customers booking their flight online with more choices and flexibility.  Selected credit card holders of Emirates Bank, Citybank, HSBC, ADCB, and NBD cards may purchase their ticket at 0 percent interest and pay for it in three monthly installments. 

Emirates vice president of commercial operations said “In the current economic climate this type of payment plan is expected to be extremely appealing to our wide and varied customer base.”   Khalid Bel Jaflah said the Emirates Advantage program allows customers the option to travel without the burden of paying upfront.  He said choice is an important part of Emirates Airlines proposition.
 

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