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Emirates and Montblanc Celebrate the Iconic A380

Emirates has partnered with Montblanc - purveyors of fine luxury products, to offer customers the opportunity to win an exclusive Montblanc Skeleton A380 Limited Edition writing instrument inspired by the world's most advanced aircraft the Airbus A380, worth USD19,650.

Customers on board all Emirates flights who purchase the Montblanc StarWalker A380 fineliner from Emirates' Duty Free, can register for a raffle draw to win a luxury trip to Hamburg, Germany, where they will receive the Montblanc Skeleton A380 Limited Edition. The promotion will run until 30 June 2011.

The winner, along with a companion, will be flown First Class on Emirates to Hamburg, Germany, to visit Montblanc's Artisan Atelier, birth place of Montblanc's Limited Edition writing instruments. They will witness master craftsmen at work and will also have the opportunity to visit the Emirates A380 aircraft at Airbus' assembly line in Hamburg.

"The dynamic design of the iconic Airbus A380 provides the ideal inspiration for a partnership between Emirates and Montblanc. It is reflective of our constant goal to provide our discerning customers with an offering that is both distinctive and exclusive, from a high level of comfort on board, to services that cater to their tastes and a wide-range of duty free sales options," said John J. Sime, Vice President Retail Services, Emirates.

"Once again, we are delighted to team up with Emirates for another prestigious onboard campaign. Our artisan craftsmen wanted to create an exceptional masterpiece as a tribute to the Airbus A380, which sets new standards for passenger comfort," said Karl-Heinz Handke, President Western Hemisphere, Montblanc. "With its premium services and exclusive customer base, Emirates is the ideal partner for Montblanc to showcase a precious and unique writing instrument."

The Montblanc Skeleton A380 Limited Edition is a masterpiece inspired by the world's most advanced aircraft, the Airbus A380, and intricately handcrafted by Montblanc. With a shared vision in craftsmanship, technical perfection and exquisite aesthetics, the Montblanc Skeleton A380 Limited Edition is a collector's dream. Its dual-levelled windows and dark blue precious resin dominates the writing instrument's 18k white gold barrel and is designed to resemble the A380. 28 flawless diamonds adorn the rings of the writing instrument, while the crown bears the Montblanc emblem. An engraved 18-carat gold nib with platinum plating adds the perfect finishing touch to this exceptional Limited Edition masterpiece.

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