Local airlines Emirates and flydubai will have a combined network of 168 destinations by the end of May – speeding up Dubai’s full-fledged return as a travel and tourism hub.
Top destinations booked through the codeshare include Kabul, Kathmandu, Kyiv, the Maldives and Zanzibar, said a press release.Emirates customers can travel on codeshare flights to over 56 unique flydubai destinations, while flydubai customers can choose from over 82 Emirates destinations.
Customers can also take advantage of an enhanced schedule spread across 30 destinations served by both airlines. flydubai recently announced the resumption of flights into 12 destinations in Russia, five cities in Iran, as well as flights to seasonal destinations in Georgia, Turkey and Montenegro, with more destinations expected to be announced in the coming months as countries open their borders for business and tourism.
From 21 May, Emirates’ customers will enjoy an even better experience with improved schedules, and connections to 22 flydubai destinations from Terminal 3.
Destinations include Basra, Belgrade, Bucharest, Kyiv, Odesa, Prague, Salalah, Sofia, Zanzibar, amongst others.