Emirates merchandise brings aviation, travel and sport fans together—connecting people and their passions around the globe. With a few clicks on www.emiratesofficialstore.com, shoppers can now choose from the full range of Emirates merchandise and complete their transaction using MasterCard and Visa debit/credit cards.
The enhanced feature on the Emirates Official Store’s website offers delivery to UAE and international customers with a flat fee US$5 and US$25 respectively.
“Emirates Official Store has something for everyone – from football jerseys for fans of Emirates-sponsored clubs, aircraft models for aviation enthusiasts, apparel for all ages, children’s products and travel accessories for the frequent flyer,” said David Staff, Manager of Emirates Merchandise.
For the Sports Fan
Fans of football clubs and sports events sponsored by Emirates can buy the latest football shirts (http://bit.ly/eos-footballkit) on the website and at its official store at The Dubai Mall (Ground Floor, ‘The Village’).
Rugby enthusiasts are not left behind as the official store website is selling the Rugby World Cup memorabilia (http://bit.ly/eos-rugbyworldcup) ahead of the tournament in September.
For the Frequent Flyer
The latest travel essential for this summer is the Emirates’ Urban Travellers (http://bit.ly/eos-urbantravellers) range which consists of various mini bags for swim gear, laundry, and gadgets to keep the items neat in a luggage.
The Store also offers basic travel essentials such luggage tags of various designs and sophisticated passport wallets made of leather.
For the Young and the Young at Heart
Another latest addition is the Emirates’ Cabin Crew and Pilot uniforms (http://bit.ly/dressupuniform) for children aged 3 to 8 years old retailing at AED 210 ($US 57). To complete the crew and pilot look, shoppers can buy the iconic Emirates red hat and pilot hat which cost from AED 95 ($US 26).
For the Aviation Enthusiast
Aircraft models (http://bit.ly/eos-aircraftmodel) of varying sizes are the all-time best-sellers for the Store. These detailed replicas of the Emirates Airline fleet are either made of plastic or die-cast metal.
Emirates operates a daily scheduled flight between Dubai and Malta via Larnaca, Cyprus. For further information and flight schedules, one can visit the site: www.emirates.com/mt