Including 14 new destinations, including "summer stations"

flydubai raises its network of destinations to 97 international destinations

  • flydubai continues to expand its network, especially in Europe.

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  • Hamad Obaidullah: "Customers who book through the airline's website get free global insurance coverage."

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Flydubai said it had expanded its network of stations to reach more than 97 destinations around the world, and launched flights to 14 new destinations, including summer destinations.

The carrier stated, to "Emirates Today", that the destinations are witnessing a good demand for travel, as the reactions were very positive, while providing a variety of options for travelers, noting that the customers, who book a trip through the carrier's website, receive free global insurance coverage for costs. associated with the “Covid-19” virus to provide greater peace of mind when traveling.

In detail, the CEO of commercial operations at "Fly Dubai", Hamad Obaidullah, said that "during the past months and since the reopening of the skies to air travel and the easing of restrictions on transport movement, (Fly Dubai) has expanded its network to reach more than 97 destinations around the world. It launched flights to 14 new destinations, including summer destinations such as (Batumi, Bodrum, Tivat, Trabzon, Mykonos and Santorini), and it continues to expand its network, especially in Europe.”

Obaidullah added: “These destinations are witnessing a good demand for travel, as the reactions have been very positive, with various options available to travelers on (Fly Dubai) to these destinations, as these destinations have a lot to offer and give travelers an opportunity to explore new places, that will help in stimulating travel and tourism flows. Travelers from these destinations will also have the opportunity to explore Dubai and beyond within our network.”

He pointed out that, for example, Tbilisi is one of the most popular destinations within the carrier's network, as the carrier increased its flights to this destination from two flights per week when the destination was launched in 2011, to three flights per day now, which reflects the success of this destination and the volume of demand for it from travelers. flydubai works closely with the competent authorities there to provide all facilities for travelers, including the visa on arrival service for citizens and residents of the UAE, in addition to the various holiday packages provided by "Fly Dubai Holidays", which suit the various needs of travelers.

And Obaidullah, "Fly Dubai has transported more than 60,000 passengers on the (Dubai Tbilisi route) during the period between 2020 and 2021, since the airspace was reopened," noting that most of the dealers traveled for the purpose of tourism and entertainment.

He stated that the passenger experience with "Fly Dubai" has been redesigned, to enable travel in a safe environment, reduce crew and passenger contact and provide travelers with confidence to travel at every step of their journey, noting that dealers who book a flight through the carrier's website receive global insurance coverage. Free of charge for the costs associated with the “Covid-19” virus to provide greater peace of mind when traveling.

Flexibility in booking requirements

The company "Fly Dubai" said that its flights to destinations such as Amman, Baghdad, Maldives and Zanzibar witnessed a strong demand for travel during the past months, noting that the offers provided by (Fly Dubai Holidays), are well received by various segments of travelers, as they provide them with these services. Offers, flexibility and the ability to change the requirements of their reservations, and add more services such as transportation, car rental, tours, etc., in addition to the ability to book “Covid-19” examinations and travel insurance services.

The company stated that it operates its flights from its operational center at Dubai International Airport, from Terminal 2, in addition to a number of destinations whose flights depart from Terminal 3.

It is noteworthy that flydubai’s expanded partnership with Emirates Airlines provides passengers with smoother connections through Dubai International Airport, which is today a global hub for aviation, providing flights to more than 200 destinations between each of Emirates Airlines. and the flydubai network, including Australia, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the United States.

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