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Amazing deal: Houston, Boston, Washington, Los Angeles, New York to Dubai, UAE flight roundtrip as low as $691.

DEPART:
Houston, Boston, Washington, Los Angeles, New York

ARRIVE:
Dubai, UAE

RETURN:
Houston, Boston, Washington, Los Angeles, New York

AVAILABILITY: 2016

From May 2 through May 22; July 25 through December 8; January 9, 2017 through March 12, 2017 only with the following exceptions:
– From Chicago (ORD) May 2 through May 06; August 7 through December 8; January 9, 2017 through March 12, 2017.
– From Dallas Ft. Worth (DFW) between May 2 through May 08; July 27 through December 8; January 9, 2017 through March 12, 2017.
• All travel must be completed by March 19, 2017.
• Inbound Blackout Dates: July 15 through September 05, 2016 and December 31, 2016 through January 10, 2017.
• Advanced Purchase Required: Seven (7) Days.
Promotion is valid till May 1st! Hurry up!

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Emirates

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