Flydubai to Resume Flight Schedule From July 7, 2020, Booking of Flights Now Available
Flydubai announced on Wednesday that they will resume their commercial scheduled flight operations from July 7, 2020. The carrier will initially offer 24 destinations which will be increased to 66 during the summer and booking for flights is currently available.
Today, flydubai announced the return of scheduled flights from July 7, 2020 with 24 destinations on offer which will be increased to 66 during the summer. Flights are now available for booking on the carrier’s website. Subject to government approvals, the carrier will initially offer service to Addis Ababa (ADD), Alexandria (HBE), Almaty (ALA), Amman (AMM), Baku (GHD), Beirut (BEY), Belgrade (BEG), Bucharest (OTP), Dubrovnik (DBV), Esfahan (IFN), Juba (JUB), Kabul (KBL), Khartoum (KRT), Kiev (KBP), Krakow (KRK), Lar (LRR), Nur-Sultan (NQZ), Prague (PRG), Sarajevo (SJJ), Shiraz (SYZ), Sofia (SOF), Tbilisi (TBS), Tehran (IKA) and Yerevan (EVN). In Wednesday’s announcement, flydubai’s Chief Commercial Officer, Hamad Obaidalla said,
“Flights are available for booking from today and will operate from 07 July. We are initially planning to operate to 24 destinations, and we will continuously add destinations and flight frequencies to the network, and we expect this to increase to 66 destinations over the course of the summer. This, of course, will be dependent on countries being able to open up and accept international travel. Following the recent announcement, we welcome a return to service in a safe and measured way. We have redesigned our passenger journey that is built upon existing high standards to minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19 and we can now bring people together once again. This, along with the clear and simple guidelines set out by the authorities means it’s the perfect time to return to the skies.”
Flydubai was founded in 2009 and typically serves over 90 destinations in 48 countries across Africa, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Europe, the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council), the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. The Dubai-based carrier has opened more than 65 routes to underserved markets and will expand its fleet to around 236 aircraft over the next decade.