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Emirates Airlines Denies Australia Fare Increase

Emirates Airlines denied recent reports that fares to and from Australia have increase.   According to weekend reports in Australia, ticket prices to and from Australia had been increased 7% for all cabins.  The reports said that the airline was raising prices now to make up for losses after months of steep discounts.  Emirates Airlines said from 23 July, only outbound flights booked in Australia would be subject to a fare increase. 

An Emirates spokesman said “Emirates regularly reviews its fares to reflect market dynamics”.  He explained that price is only one factor considered by customers and “travelers also consider other factors such as brand reputation product and service quality, flight timings, and connections.  Emirates Air operates 63 weekly flights from Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, and Brisbane Australia.
 

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