Travelling From Dubai To Cape Town
Travelling from Dubai to Cape Town in South Africa using the Emirates Group Economy Class Flight only takes 9.5 hours and their are 3 flights per day available to the Mother City, Cape Town.
From Cape Town airport you board a domestic flight to George airport, 50m duration, which only allows 1 piece of baggage, weighing 23kg. So its best you plan your rehab trip with no more than 23kg.
Twin Rivers Rehab is only 1 hours drive from George airport where we collect you via shuttle service and transport you to your new environment.
We would like to extend a helping hand to those who suffer from the disease of addiction in Dubai. Each client at Twin Rivers Rehab is treated as an individual and therefore treatment phases are pertinent to that particular client. We do not believe in quick fix solutions.
The Emirates Group
Emirates Airline is truly a wonderful and ground breaking aviation success story.
On Facebook Emirates has over 6 Million fans – https://www.facebook.com/Emirates/
Headquarters: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
CEO: Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum
Parent organization: Investment Corporation of Dubai
Founded: 1959, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Net income: 2.31 billion AED (2011–2012)
In 1959 Dubai Government develops Dnata to provide handling services at the then new Dubai International Airport. In 1984 Mr Maurice Flanagan, a British businessman developed a new airline called Emirates and along with a ten-man team and 10Million USD spent 5 months developing the new airline.
Traffic rights were gradually acquired and though initially the airline ran at a loss within two years Emirates purchased their first plane. After just 38 months of trading Emirates Airlines flew to 12 different worldwide destinations.
In 1990, despite unrest in the Middle East Emirates adds Manchester UK to its schedule followed by Heathrow in 1991. In 1992 a terminal was built at a cost of 2Million USD exclusively for Emirates Airlines at Dubai International Airport and video systems were installed in all passenger seats for all classes of travel. In 1995 Emirates Airlines celebrates ten years of trading and was then flying to 34 destinations to the Middle East, Far East and Europe as well as entering the African market flying to Johannesburg, Nairobi and Kenya.
In 1996 Emirates becomes the first airline to show live coverage of take-offs and landings and takes delivery of their first Boeing 777-200. In 1997 Emirates buys 6 more Boeings and places an order for 16 Airbuses at a cost of 2Billion USD. Terminal 2 at Dubai International opens in 1998 at a cost of 540Milion USD and Emirates is voted best airline in the world. In 1999 Emirates workforce rises to 11000 and Emirates breaks into the hotel market and starts to sponsor prestigious sporting events globally.
In 2001 Emirates Sky Cargo can now handle over 400.000 tonnes a year and Emirates now boasts the biggest fleet of Airbuses in the world. Emirates joins forces with CAE- http://www.cae.com/ and open a 100Million USD aviation training centre. The aviation industry is shocked by Emirates biggest aircraft order in aviation history of 71 aircraft at a cost of 19Billion USD and the I.C.E entertainment system is introduced to all Emirates aircraft.
By 2005 the Emirates workforce doubles to over 25000 representing 124 different countries and the aircraft fleet grows even bigger with the latest Airbuses. Terminal 3 opens in 2008. In 2011 Boeing receives their biggest ever single aircraft order from Emirates for 50 planes worth over 18Billion USD and record profits of 5.9Billion USD for the financial year.
Emirates sponsor list grows including top football clubs, tennis tournaments, horse racing and golf. The empire grows from strength to strength underpinned by strategic planning and marketing making the Emirates Group a household name all over the world. In 2013, Dubai’s second International airport opens-The Dubai World Central(DWC).
AND THE LEGEND CONTINUES TO GROW AND GROW!