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Emirates Airlines offers online visa service

May 18 - Emirates Airlines has announced that its passengers can apply for 96-hour and 30-day visas to Dubai through its website. The visa applications will be quite like the online flight booking process on its website and can be accessed by all those who possess an Emirates ticket. "Advancements in aviation are often related to simplifications in the travel process," said Emirates Divisional Senior Vice-President of Commercial Operations Worldwide, Richard Vaughan.
"I'm delighted Emirates is advancing travel convenience by allowing its customers to apply, purchase and track their UAE visa online — another initiative in a series of self-service tools that offer more convenience, flexibility and control to passengers,” he added.
 

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