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Emirates and RTW fares

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spiggy_topes

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My next RTW trip is on Oneworld, but I noticed that for a lot of the places I'm visiting Emirates would be more convenient and quicker. For instance, Brisbane-Dubai is almost direct (on Cathay it means going through Hong Kong, a much longer trip) and Dubai-Glasgow on BA means a three hour wait at Heathrow, instead of a direct flight.

Is it possible to book a business or first RTW trip using Emirates or partner airlines at the same sort of cost as a Oneworld RTW ticket? Destinations this time are Dubai, Europe, Canada and then back to Australia again.

Thanks!
 

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Mal

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Here is a mixed Emirates / Air Tahiti Nui.

Australian Travel Agent : Best Flights - discount travel - Travel Agent Australia (Economy)
Australian Travel Agent : Best Flights - discount travel - Travel Agent Australia (Business / First)

and a more mixed airlines ATW:

Australian Travel Agent : Best Flights - discount travel - Travel Agent Australia (Economy)
Australian Travel Agent : Best Flights - discount travel - Travel Agent Australia (Business).

Have a chat to your local agent and/or one of the online sites and see what they can offer.

I'm not sure you'll get a purely Emirates ATW ticket, but you should be able to get some Emirates flights to where you want to go in conjunction with another airline or few.
 

Kiwi Flyer

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Yup many mixed airline RTWs exist. A popular one on FT is EK/UA ex-BKK (there are 2 versions, you'd need the southern hemisphere one assuming you want to include Australia/NZ). Much cheaper than xONEx and xRWSTARx.
 
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