flydubai Starts Flying to Nine New Destinations from Dubai

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 21 June 2023
flydubai Starts Flying to Nine New Destinations from Dubai

The Emirati government-owned low-cost airline, flydubai, has announced that starting on Wednesday, June 21st, it would expand its network by nine seasonal summer destinations.

The list includes the Greek islands Mykonos, Corfu, and Santorini, as well as Olbia in Italy, Tivat in Montenegro, Trabzon and Bodrum in Turkey, Dubrovnik in Croatia, and Batumi in Georgia.

Mykonos flights will commence on June 21st and Olbia flights will start on June 22nd.

From Saturday, June 24th, it will be possible to go to Tivat, Trabzon, Bodrum, and Corfu from Dubai.

Also, flydubai will begin service in Croatia, Greece, and Georgia starting Sunday, June 25th.

This summer, flydubai customers have the choice of visiting 117 locations in 52 different countries, including Krabi, Milan-Bergamo, Neom, Pattaya, St. Petersburg, and more.

Hamad Obaidalla, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at flydubai, said: “We are pleased to offer passengers more options to travel this summer with more than 115 destinations to choose from.

“flydubai’s seasonal summer routes, alongside its growing network, will enable more people to travel whether for a holiday, business or visiting friends and family. We have added 33 percent more capacity across our markets and look forward to welcoming passengers on board for the Eid holiday and busy summer period.”

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