Follow your heroes in more ways than one, with Emirates Skywards.

You can now follow in the footsteps of the Arsenal squad, who are already enjoying the benefits of Emirates Skywards membership, and open up a whole new world of rewards and travel opportunities with Emirates.

Emirates is passionate about making connections; connections between people, connections between places and connections between football fans and the teams they love. Which is why we’re offering Arsenal supporters an opportunity like never before, when joining the Emirates Skywards Frequent Flyer programme before 18 February 2013.

All Arsenal fans who sign up to Skywards will be entered into an exclusive prize draw, with the winners having the opportunity to watch the team train at the London Colney Training Centre, tour the state-of-the-art facility and have lunch in the team restaurant. In addition, lucky winners will receive tickets to see Arsenal take on Manchester United on 27 April at Emirates Stadium.

As a further welcome to the Skywards programme, Emirates is also offering a double First Flight bonus exclusively for Arsenal fans: that’s an additional 10,000 Miles in First Class; 7,000 in Business Class and 5,000 in Economy Class when you take your first flight on Emirates within six months of joining Skywards.

Emirates is enormously proud to share in and enhance the phenomenal support which Arsenal receives across the globe and always seeks to bring Arsenal fans closer to the action.

About Emirates
Emirates is one of the world’s fastest growing airlines and currently operates 112 non-stop flights per week from the UK to Dubai – five services a day from Heathrow, three daily from London Gatwick and Manchester, two per day from Birmingham and Glasgow and a daily service from Newcastle. From Dubai, passengers can connect to Emirates global network, which spans over 125 destinations across six continents.

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1 Feb 2013