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RAK Airways Launches Biggest Seat Sale Promotion to Date

RAK Airways announces a new winter seat sale that is set to be bigger and longer in duration than before and see even bigger bargain fares to all RAK Airways destinations.

 

In addition to Calicut, Cairo, Dhaka, Chittagong the airline has added Doha and Jeddah to the list of destinations included in its latest winter seat sale promotion, where ticket prices start at just AED550 for a return journey, inclusive of taxes and surcharges.

 

RAK Airways CEO, Omar Jahameh said; "With the first anniversary of our re-launch coming up in October, we wanted our customers to share in our celebrations- and our success. Our latest winter seat sale promotion is extended to all our destinations and at the same time gives customers a longer period of time to travel. With over 150,000 seats on offer, this winter's promotion is set to be our most successful ever."

 

The promotional fares will be available for booking from September 11th to 18th and are valid for travel from October 1st- March 28th 2012.  Fares start at just AED 550 to Doha; AED 799 to Jeddah; AED 899 to Cairo and Calicut and AED 999 to Dhaka and Chittagong.

 "With such exceptional offers we expect overwhelming demand, and would urge our customers to book early to avoid disappointment," added Jahameh.

 

RAK Airways' exceptional offers go further than just price and unlike the majority of low-cost carriers a full hot meal and beverages served free on-board all flights, along with a baggage allowance of 30kg per passenger in addition to the normal hand baggage allowance. There is also a free shuttle service between other emirates and RAK International Airport for each flight.

 

Moreover RAK Airways provides free parking for passengers who wish to drive to RAK International Airport which is just 30 minutes away from Sharjah and 45 minutes away from Dubai.

 

Bookings can be made online; through phoning a 24-hour call centre on 971-7-2075000; through sales offices in Ras Al Khaimah, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman and Umm Al-Quwain as well as Calicut, Jeddah, Dhaka, Chittagong, Cairo and Doha; and through appointed travel agents.

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