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ISSGMT adds Middle East flight

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Ft. Lauderdale marine travel management company ISSGMT has partnered with Emirates Airlines, which will begin Dec. 15 a nonstop service between Ft. Lauderdale and Dubai. Now members of the yachting community can commute between Ft. Lauderdale and Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and South Africa with just one stop.

“This is a very welcomed service,” said Tim Davey, president of ISSGMT. “We will begin booking seats as soon as they are released into our system. We hold special marine fares on all [Emirates] flights and look forward to promoting and selling this new flight.”

Emirates offers first-class and business-class passengers complimentary chauffeured transport to the airport from around South Florida.

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