Emirates will continue to be highly visible around the Parc des Princes and the club’s players will continue to wear the famous “Fly Emirates” slogan on the jerseys.
PSG has been a great contributor to the history of French football and is the only side currently in Ligue 1, never to have been relegated from the highly competitive French top flight and also boasts one of the best and most high-profile squad of players in the land.
“There’s a great future for PSG and Emirates Airline and that’s why we were so keen to extend our current deal with the club. Emirates also wants to be identified with Paris’ supporters in France, but also around the world,” declared Jean-Luc Grillet, General Director of France & Benelux for Emirates.
“We are delighted that Emirates Airline decided to stand by PSG, as official headline sponsor. It’s further proof that Emirates invest in football and have the firm intention of helping the capital club reach fulfil its ambitions,” added PSG president Charles Villeneuve.
“The quality and consistency of the well established and clear relations between Emirates and the club are the secret behind the long-term success of this partnership,” continued Jean-François Jeanne, vice-president of sales Sportfive. “We are obviously delighted that this excellent collaboration will continue.”
Emirates, a great partner of global sport, is one of the fastest growing airline companies in the world and one of the most successful. Sport sponsoring is one of the crucial avenues in the development of Emirates and the company remains convinced that sport is the ideal means of communicating with clients that share similar passions throughout the world.”
Paris Saint-Germain is one of a number of sporting partnerships that Emirates maintains around the world, including, in France, the Rugby World Cup as well as the jersey sponsoring of the IRB referees shirts.
The airline company serves more than 100 international destinations around the world, in more than 60 countries and proposes two flights per day between Paris and Dubai as well as three flights per week between Nice and Dubai, which will be increased to five non-stop flights per week between Nice and Dubai, as of December 1, 2008.