flydubai resumes flights to Madinah on November 1

Today, flydubai announced the start of the resumption of its daily flights to Medina in Saudi Arabia.

The carrier said in a statement that it will operate its flights from Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport to Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah, starting from the first of next November, with a daily flight.

Madinah flights will be part of the codeshare flights with Emirates Airlines, providing travelers with smoother connections through the International Flight Center in Dubai to more than 190 destinations between Emirates Airlines and the flydubai network, including Australia. China, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia and the United States.

"With the return of demand for air transport and the easing of restrictions on international travel, flydubai seeks to provide various options for its passengers, and we welcome our passengers to and from Saudi Arabia, whether Umrah or tourism trips," said Hamad Obaidullah, chief commercial officer of flydubai. to travel to Dubai and beyond.

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