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Booking Emirates for Family

Booking Emirates for Family

  1. Anonymous

    Hello Lucky, I am a 13 year old reader and I want to fly Emirates First Class from MAA (Chennai Intl’) to NCL (Newcastle-Upon-Thyne). I want to do the Trip with my Mother and My younger brother (11 years old) for Economy fares (if possible). I love your blog and I read every single day.

  2. Gaurav

    Varun, welcome. It’s good to have aspirations but also good to be realistic. You’ll need access to miles and points to do this. The partner with the most reasonably priced access to EK space is JAL but I’m not aware of them selling points or having any Indian transfer partners. You may wish to discuss opening an American Express credit card with your parents. Those points can transfer to Emirates directly but be aware that the airline often charges a high amount of fuel surcharges and accumulating enough points for three people will take quite a bit of time. Good luck!

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