In brief | Emirates is withdrawing its free chauffeur service for all first class and business class passengers in Hong Kong.
An update to the airline's website now says that "Chauffeur-drive service will be offered to passengers for flights until 28th February 2014."
The move follows Emirates' decision in October to cancel the service for premium travellers on its trans-Tasman flight, with the website explaining that "Itineraries which are exclusively between New Zealand and Australia are not eligible for Chauffeur-drive."
However, "all other itineraries on Emirates-operated flights are eligible" including business class flights between Dubai and New Zealand "which involve a stopover in Australia."
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