Ukraine flights have been temporarily suspended until February 17th
"Fly Dubai" will resume flights from the Turkish "Sabiha Airport" in early March
Istanbul is a popular destination on the flydubai network.
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Flydubai has announced that it will resume its flights to Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW) in the Turkish city of Istanbul, starting from March 2, 2022, with five flights per week.
And it stated in a statement, that with its daily flights to Istanbul Airport (IST), it will increase the number of its flights to Istanbul to 12 flights per week, pointing out that its network in Turkey includes the capital, Ankara, as it operates two flights per week to it.
"Fly Dubai" indicated that flights will operate from Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport to Sabiha Gokcen Airport, at a rate of five flights per week.
Business class fares from Dubai start at 7,470 dirhams, while economy class fares start from 1,475 dirhams.
As for business class prices from Istanbul round trip, it starts from 1790 dollars (about 6573 dirhams), and economy class prices from 320 dollars (about 1175 dirhams).
Jeyhun Effendi, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations and E-Commerce at flydubai, said that the company affirms its commitment to making travel easier by providing more options for travelers.
"Istanbul remains a popular destination on our network, and we welcome the resumption of our operations at Sabiha Gokcen Airport, which provides another convenient option for travelers to Istanbul," he added.
“Sabiha Gokcen Airport” flights will be among the codeshare flights with “Emirates Airlines”, which provides travelers with more options for connecting flights through the international aviation hub in Dubai to more than 190 destinations between the Emirates and flydubai networks. .
Passengers on board the Boeing 737 Max aircraft can enjoy more comfort and an enhanced travel experience, as the new cabin features a flat bed in Business Class, in addition to additional space, and the Boeing 737 Max features an 11.6-inch HD screen, with Collection of movies and programmes.
In another context, a spokesman for "Fly Dubai" revealed that the airline's flights between Dubai and Ukraine were temporarily suspended until February 17.
In statements received by "Emirates Today" about the trips to Ukraine, the spokesman said that "the company is monitoring the situation and will review its plans in line with the instructions of the competent authorities."
He continued, "We are communicating with travelers about options for refunding the value of the ticket and re-booking them."
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