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John Travolta to visit Dubai as Qantas Ambassador

John Travolta, who besides being a Hollywood celebrity is also a certified 747 and 707 pilot, will be flying in to Dubai aboard a Qantas A380 from London this week in his role as the brand ambasador of the Australian airline Qantas. This will be his first trip to the UAE. He said: “I’m really excited, I’ve been wanting to experience Dubai for many years now." 

 

Qantas entered into a codeshare agreement with Emirates in March 2013 and in under six months has flown in more than half a million passengers from Australia to Dubai. Qantas is inviting fans to win tickets to meet John Travolta during his week long trip to Dubai on Thursday, September 12. Visit facebook.com/qantas between September 8-11 2013 for a chance to meet the celebrity.

 

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