Flydubai, a Dubai-based airline, last week announced the launch of flights to six new destinations as it expands its network. Flights to Cagliari, Corfu, Krabi, Milan, and Pattaya will begin in 2023, and flights to Hofuf will resume on November 24, 2022.
Flydubai has launched flights to more than 20 destinations since the beginning of 2022, including Pisa and Catania in Italy, Osh in Kyrgyzstan, and Samarkand and Namangan in Uzbekistan.
With the addition of these six routes, flydubai’s network will grow to 113 destinations in 53 countries. This is a significant milestone because it is the most destinations the carrier will serve since it began operations.
Flight Details for flydubai’s Six New Destinations
Flights will depart from Dubai International Terminals 2 and 3. (DXB). Emirates will codeshare on these routes, providing passengers with more options for connecting through Dubai’s international airport.
|Start Date||Flight No.||Departure||Arrival||Freq.||Return|
|24-Nov-22||FZ 835/836||Terminal 2, DXB||Hofuf, Saudi Arabia (HOF)||02 weekly flights||AED 5,000||AED 1,400|
|20 January 2023||FZ 1445/1446 FZ 1447/1448||Terminal 3, DXB||Pattaya, Thailand (UTP)||07 weekly flights||AED 8,500||AED 3,600|
|20 January 2023||FZ 1463/1464 FZ 1481/1482||Terminal 3, DXB||Krabi, Thailand (KBV)||07 weekly flights||AED 9,500||AED 3,800|
|10 March 2023||FZ 1505/1506||Terminal 3, DXB||Milan Bergamo,|
|05 increasing to 07 weekly flights||AED 12,000||AED 2,000|
|22 June 2023||FZ 1507/1508||Terminal 3, DXB||Cagliari, Sardinia (CAG)||03 weekly flights||AED 11,700||AED 2,600|
|24 June 2023||FZ 1077/1078||Terminal 3, DXB||Corfu, Greece (CFU)||02 weekly flights||AED 11,700||AED 2,600|
Cagliari is the capital city of Sardinia and is well-known for its many historical monuments and beautiful beaches. Milan is the second largest city in Italy and one of the largest shopping and tourism destinations in Europe. Corfu, a Greek island, has grown in popularity due to its stunning landscapes, rich multicultural heritage, crystal-clear seas, and cosmopolitan Old Town.
Thailand’s Krabi and Pattaya are popular holiday destinations for beachgoers and adventurers alike. Krabi has beautiful beaches, striking limestone cliffs, and dense mangrove forests, whereas Pattaya is known for its resorts and hotels overlooking Pattaya Bay, as well as its lively atmosphere.
Commenting on the expansion of the airline’s network, Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer at flydubai, said:
“I am very proud to see our network grow bigger than ever. Dubai’s aviation industry has made a swift recovery, and our agility combined with our strong business model has enabled us to grow our operations and to achieve this significant milestone. With 113 destinations now available to book, we look forward to offering our passengers more options for travel across our ever-growing network.”Advertisement