flydubai to operate to these 10 new 'summer' destinations in June
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flydubai to operate to these 10 new ‘summer’ destinations in June

flydubai to operate to these 10 new ‘summer’ destinations in June

The Dubai-based carrier will launch flights to the 10 popular seasonal summer destinations between June and September

Neesha Salian
flydubai to fly to 10 new seasonal destinations starting June

This summer, flydubai is growing its seasonal network with 10 destinations including Batumi (Georgia), Bodrum (Turkey), Corfu (Greece), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Mykonos (Greece), Olbia (Italy), Trabzon (Turkey), Tivat (Montenegro) and Santorini (Greece). It also includes the airline’s latest seasonal summer destination, Sochi (Russia).

Hamad Obaidalla, chief commercial officer at flydubai, said: “We are dedicated to providing our passengers with more opportunities to travel during the busy summer period.

“We have seen growing demand over the last few years on our seasonal summer routes to destinations like Bodrum, Dubrovnik, Mykonos and Santorini and as we approach the start of these operations, we look forward to offering our passengers from the UAE, and those connecting from across our network, a convenient travel experience to explore these beautiful destinations this summer.”

Read: flydubai pax numbers rise in Q1 2024, fleet retrofit in progress

flydubai to expand European network

In other news, the airline is also set to expand its European network with the introduction of flights to four new destinations: Basel, Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius. flydubai becomes the first national carrier to offer direct flights from Dubai to these cities.

Earlier this year, the carrier unveiled plans to launch these four new routes, which are scheduled to commence operations later in the year from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport.

The inaugural flight to EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg is scheduled for August 2, marking the airline’s maiden venture into Switzerland.

Additionally,  the airline will make its debut in the Baltic region with direct flights to Riga International Airport in Latvia starting from October 11, followed by services to Tallinn Airpor in Estonia and Vilnius International Airport in Lithuania commencing from October 12.

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