People going on holidays to Dubai may be interested to hear of a new partnership between Singapore Airlines and hospitality group Jumeirah.

People going on holidays to Dubai may be interested to hear of a new partnership between Singapore Airlines and hospitality group Jumeirah.

The two companies have announced that they are now partners and as such, guests at Jumeirah hotels will be able to earn benefits such as frequent flyer miles.

A spokesperson said the move is “a tribute to Jumeirah’s commitment to the Asia-Pacific region.”

Singapore Airlines services 67 destinations in 35 countries, meaning that the new partnership may also be good news for people going on flights to Dubai in order to get connections to places such as New York and Shanghai.

Jumeirah-owned hotels in Dubai include the five-star Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which has over 598 rooms and suites, as well as the Burj Al Arab, which is designed to look like a billowing sail and is 321 metres high.

It dominates the Dubai coastline and is frequented by celebrities such as David Beckham.

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