Dubai-based airline carrier flydubai has launched additional flight routes, it announced on Wednesday. It brings its network to more than 80 destinations worldwide.
The carrier plans to grow its network in Russia to 11 destinations by introducing new services to Moscow Zhukovski International Airport (ZIA) from May 12, Novosibirsk Tolmachevo International Airport from May 28 and Perm International Airport from June 2. It will resume operations to four more airports in the market during May 2021.
The carrier also announced the resumption of flights to Bandar Abbas International Airport (BND) from May 12 2021 and Mashhad International Airport (MHD) from May 13 2021, growing its operations in Iran to five points including Larr (LRR), Shiraz (SYZ) and Tehran (IKA).
In addition, the carrier plans to grow its operations in Iran to five locations through the resumption of flights to Iran’s Bandar Abbas International Airport from May 12 and Mashhad International Airport from May 13.
flydubai recently announced that it will be operating seasonal flights to Bodrum (BJV) and Trabzon(TZX) in Turkey as well as Batumi (BUS) in Georgia. The carrier is set to restart its seasonal operations to Tivat International Airport (TIV) in Montenegro from 25 June, offering passengers more choice to travel to popular destinations this summer.
It plans to restart seasonal operations to Montengero’s Tivat Airport from June 25 2021.
During the announcement, Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer at flydubai, mentioned: “It is now 11 years since flydubai’s first flight to Russia. During this period, we have grown our network in Russia providing direct air links from these key cities in Russia to the UAE; many of which are less than four hours flying time. We’ve made Dubai much more accessible and at the same time improved connectivity to more than 155 destinations from Dubai’s international aviation hub. Today, we are pleased to see our operations take off once again as we continue to support trade and travel between the countries.”
Passengers are required to make sure that they are up to date with the regulations from the IATA Travel Centre and the IATA destination tracker for their whole journey, and follow the guidance issued by the authorities and the airline. Passengers can also visit the COVID-19 information hub on flydubai.com for more information