Flydubai, a Dubai-based airline, last week announced the beginning of flights to six additional locations as part of its network expansion. In 2023, flights will start to Cagliari, Corfu, Krabi, Milan, and Pattaya; on November 24, 2022, services to Hofuf will restart.
Since the beginning of 2022, Flydubai has been offering flights to more than 20 locations, including Pisa and Catania in Italy, Osh in Kyrgyzstan, Samarkand, and Namangan in Uzbekistan.
The network of Flydubai will expand to 113 destinations across 53 countries with the inclusion of these six new flights. The carrier will now serve the most places since it started operations, making this a significant milestone.
The capital city of Sardinia, Cagliari, is well-known for its numerous historical sites and stunning beaches. The second-largest city in Italy and a major tourist and shopping hub in Europe is Milan. Greek island Corfu has become more well-known as a result of its breathtaking scenery, vibrant cultural history, pristine waters, and cosmopolitan Old Town.
Beach goers and adventurers alike like taking vacations in Thailand’s Krabi and Pattaya. While Pattaya is well-known for its resorts and hotels facing Pattaya Bay as well as its vibrant atmosphere, Krabi is famed for its gorgeous beaches, dramatic limestone cliffs, and deep mangrove forests.
Chief Executive Officer of Flydubai, Ghaith Al Ghaith, commented on the airline’s network growth as follows:
“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.”
Flights will leave from Terminals 2 and 3 of the Dubai International Airport (DXB). In order to give customers more options for connecting through Dubai’s international airport, Emirates will Codeshare on several routes: